LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS (APRIL 1 – 15)

Apr 19, 2016 by

Olmsted statue / The San Francisco Chronicle / AP

Olmsted statue / The San Francisco Chronicle / AP


Renowed California Landscape Architect Offers Take on Grand Rapids
Grand Forks Herald, 4/1/16 
“Walter Hood, in dreadlocks and a sport coat, sat Friday at the head of a set of tables draped in white cloth at the North Dakota Museum of Art, guests listening closely while his voice boomed through the art gallery.”

Reading Viaduct Park Would Make Getting Around Philly Easier Philadelphia Magazine, 4/5/16
“Last September, after visiting the new Whitney Museum in New York, I climbed up to the High Line for what I thought would be a breezy stroll with gorgeous views of the Meatpacking District. How wrong I was.”

12 Projects That Explain Landscape Urbanism and How It’s Changing the Face of Cities Arch Daily, 4/6/16
“In other words, spatial constructions in urban environments should no longer be attached to intractable functions or intent on isolation, but should instead integrate into the fabric of the city.”

New Wave of Landscape Interpretation The Irish Times, 4/7/16
“Much overlooked and under-financed since the foundation of the State, landscape architecture may finally have taken its due place on the podium of Irish-built design.”

New Statue Celebrates Park Designer Frederick Law OlmstedThe San Francisco Chronicle, 4/11/16
“If you’ve visited parks in New York, Boston or many other places around the U.S., you’ve probably experienced the landscapes of Frederick Law Olmsted. Olmsted designed hundreds of parks, gardens and other public spaces, including Manhattan’s Central Park, Boston’s ‘Emerald Necklace,’ the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington and California’s Stanford University campus.”

NY State Supreme Court Greenlights Lower West Side Pier55The Architect’s Newspaper, 4/12/16
“Last spring, the City Club of New York (a nonprofit organization) filed a lawsuit against Pier55 Inc. and HRPT to stop the project.”

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