LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  by J.R. Taylor A new public square in the Fawwar refugee camp in the West Bank, June 2014 / Adam Ferguson/The...

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by J.R. Taylor Buffalo Bayou Park, Houston / Jon Shapley, The Houston Chronicle Saving Water Is So Hot Right...

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D.C . PLANS FOR PRESERVATION A...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Jared Green O Street Market, before / Wikipedia O Street Market, after / City Market at O How does a...

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IT’S TIME TO TAKE PHYTOR...

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[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor Phyto / Routledge Any new studio reference book needs be beautifully illustrated. In this...

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NEW VISIONS FOR LOS ANGELES...

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[Translate]  by Jared Green   THE DIRT Four design teams have been announced as finalists in the competition to remake Pershing...

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DISRUPTIONS ARE NEEDED TO ACHI...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Jared Green “The Paris climate agreement didn’t create the commitments we need to limit global warming to a 2...

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BOOST YOUR SUSTAINABLE CITY AM...

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[Translate]  THE DIRT BY JARED GREEN The American Architectural Foundation’s Sustainable Cities Design Academy (SCDA) is looking for...

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SINGAPORE TO TRANSFORM DISUSED...

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[Translate]   by Lucy Wang   INHABITAT Singapore will soon embark on one of the most ambitious rails-to-trails project in the...

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by J.R. Taylor Why a More Naturalistic Outlook Is the Future of Garden Design – Architectural Digest, 11/18/15...

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BEST LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE BO...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  by Jared Green Looking for the perfect present? Or taking time off during the holidays to delve into the latest...

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ETHICAL DESIGN PRACTICES MAY H...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by Jared Green Gentrification replaces diversity with homogenized people and places. This process has...

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MESMERIZING VISUALIZATIONS REV...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Jared Green “Urbanization stirs up all kinds of emotions about rights and inhumane conditions, but we decided...

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INTERVIEW WITH STEVEN NYGREN &...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by Jared Green Steven Nygren is the founder of Serenbe, which has won numerous awards, including the Urban...

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE IN THE ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by J.R. Taylor Sunday Conversation with Shane Coen, Landscape Architect – The Star Tribune, 9/19/15...

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SPRAWL COSTS THE U.S. $1 TRILL...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by Liz Camuti Not only does sprawl increase the distance between people’s homes and jobs, a new study by the...

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REMAKE LOS ANGELES’ OLDE...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by Jared Green Pershing Square Park is Los Angeles’ oldest park. First opened in 1867 as St. Vincent’s Park,...

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SILICON VALLEY REINVENTS THE M...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by Jared Green As malls die off around the country, and more people shop online, new shopping center models...

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS QUESTION ...

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[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor The Los Angeles landscape architecture and design community was surprised by the recent...

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MEXICO CITY’S AMBITIOUS ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT    by Jared Green Mexico City, one of the world’s great megalopolises, with more than 20 million people, is...

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BALANCING OLD AND NEW ON ALEXA...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Liz Camuti A new master plan for Old Town, the historic center of Alexandria, Virginia, just a few miles from...

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SAVING LIVES WITH SMART URBAN ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Liz Camuti Globally, 1.24 million people are killed in traffic accidents every year, with more than 90...

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LEADING WITH LANDSCAPE (PART 2...

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[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor With the cultural and ecological context of Toronto established in part one, the second half of...

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THREE WAYS WE WILL BUILD CITIE...

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[Translate] THE GUARDIAN As the global population grows, it is also becoming more city-based with 70% expected to live in urban areas...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

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[Translate] the dirt by J.R. Taylor Sunrise Makes Way for Massive Mixed-Use Metropica – Curbed, 6/1/15 “Sunrise’s Metropica is one of...

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REVITALIZING URBAN PROJECTS WI...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  by Liz Camuti From a pool of applicants from 40 communities in 26 states, Miller’s Court in Baltimore was...

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EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  by Jared Green Tactical Urbanism: Short-term Action for Long-term Change, a new book by urban planners Mike...

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DESIGNING THE FUTURE WITH REAL...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Yoshi Silverstein   “What gives you hope that a sustainable future is possible?” In Designed for the Future:...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by J.R. Taylor Amid Drought, The West Is No Place For a Lawn, As Nevada Has Learned – The Los Angeles Times,...

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Seattle Layers Nature and Infr...

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[Translate] THE DIRT by Jared Green Seattle has long been an innovator in layering built and natural infrastructure so the two more...

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Do Urban Growth Boundaries Wor...

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[Translate]   THE DIRT by Jared Green Urban growth boundaries are held up as one of the most effective tools for limiting...

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