Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (November 16 – 31)

Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (November 16 – 31)
Building Your Values – Curbed New York, 11/20/18<br />“The Ford Foundation’s restoration of its landmark building makes a bold statement about what architecture owes the public today.”<br />It’s High Time to Memorialize the South’s History of Lynching — The Architect’s Newspaper, 11/2018<br />“According to a new report by The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF)...
Building Your ValuesCurbed New York, 11/20/18

“The Ford Foundation’s restoration of its landmark building makes a bold statement about what architecture owes the public today.”

It’s High Time to Memorialize the South’s History of LynchingThe Architect’s Newspaper, 11/2018
“According to a new report by The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) entitled, Landslide 2018: Grounds for Democracy, numerous lynching sites in Shelby County, Tennessee, are virtually unmarked for their historical significance.”

Planning a Neighborhood SquareWestern Planner, 11/21/18
“Designing a neighborhood square to fulfill these social functions is not so simple. One of the biggest challenges is to get the proportions of the square right.”

How the Olmsted Brothers Shaped Our Natural Landscape Into a System of Interconnected, and Enduring, Public SpacesThe Seattle Times, 11/21/18
“John Charles Olmsted, the primary visionary of the Seattle Park System, developed a master plan that connected existing and planned green spaces across the city.”

Growing Green Spaces in the Sky CNN, 11/26/18
“At 85, landscape architect Richard Tan is still creating some of Singapore’s most iconic green walls and rooftop gardens.”

The State of City ParksU.S. News and World Report, 11/28/18
“City parks departments grapple with competing priorities as they recover from the Great Recession.”

Source: dirt.asla.org