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Foreign territory (spirits)
Julie Bargmann, the first winner of the Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
International Landscape Architecture Award, flourishes in dirt.

The Wright Way (home call)
Was Frank Lloyd Wright a landscaper? For Bayer Landscape Architecture, the company that restored the garden at Darwin Martin House in Buffalo, New York, the answer lies somewhere
between the archives and the modern house-museum.


It has been a fishing pier, a railroad pier, a contested segregation site, even an inverted structure reminiscent of a cake left in the rain. But after six tries and 130 years, St. Petersburg, Florida’s dazzling new pier and park, by a team including W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Ken Smith Workshop, and Rogers Partners Architects + Urban Designers, could be a keeper.

The full December table of contents is available here.

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Credits: “Right of Center,” Rich Montalbano / RiMO Photo, LLC; “The Stranger Territory,” Barrett Doherty, ASLA, courtesy of the Cultural Landscape Foundation; “The Wright Way”, Bayer’s Landscape Architecture.

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