ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S CUT, MARCH 22

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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S CUT, MARCH 22

The things our creative director, Chris McGee, hated to omit from the current issue of LAM.

Image by Halff Associates, Inc.

Excerpt from Elizabeth Monday’s “Rain and Shine” in the March 2022 issue, about Halff Associates, Inc.’s Railyard Park in Waxahachie, Texas, which is home to stormwater management infrastructure and a few physical flourishes that speak of the city’s history, detailed here, in a park on the edge of the city center.

—CHRIS MCGEE, AML ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

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