An article recently published in UrbDeZine titled “Thinking about the Park Planning Profession” irritated a lot of landscape ar Opinion
Oct 18, 2013 By
Planting trees on a massive scale may be what it takes to fix the environmental damage being caused by climate change…at least according to some scientists. Opinion
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Landscape architects are not given nearly enough recognition for being urbanists. Opinion
May 30, 2013 By
On Metropolis P.O.V., Jared Green interviews Mayor Mick Cornett to uncover the keys to Oklahoma City's surprising success.
Aug 10, 2012 Metropolis
Philadelphia's waterfront is about to get a new face. Race
Street Pier, set to open May 11th of this week, is more than just a
park. Tucked under the shadow of the Ben Franklin Bridge, the pier juts over
500 feet into the brown waters of the Delaware, providing park-goers with a Opinion
May 9, 2011 By
After 25 years in conception and a recently renewed master planning effort, the 150-acre Piggyback Yards still awaits funding and approval from the city, reports The Architect's Newspaper.
Dec 2, 2010 The Architect's Newspaper
A new essay by Thomas Fisher details Frederick Law Olmsted's lesser known work in the realm of public health and sanitation.
Nov 15, 2010 The Design Observer Group
Because of their broad appeal, diverse uses, and heavy programming, parks may do more for cities than the performing arts centers of the 1980s and the sports venues of the 1990s have accomplished, says JoAnn Greco.
Oct 3, 2010 The Washington Post
Local residents bring life back a desolate line of shops in Oak Cliff, a streetcar suburb of Dallas, overnight. The intention of the Better Block project is to demonstrate the value of pedestrian friendly spaces and encourage future investments.
Sep 14, 2010 Go Oak Cliff