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Landscape Architecture Magazine covers the wide range of landscape architect designs written by award-winning journalists.

More than parks, landscape architecture is woven into cities, neighborhoods and rural places, in projects large and small. Below is a sampling of some of the best design feature articles that have appeared recently.

  • “Unbuilt to Last”, by Lydia Lee, photography by Eric Einwiller. An Oakland, Calif., waterfront redevelopment plan ran into some trouble before Einwiller Kühl took it apart.
  • “No Us and Them”, by Jared Brey, photographs Sahar-Coston Hardy. At Andropogon, a company based in Philadelphia, man and nature are inseparable.
  • “The Thin Green Line”, by Jonathan Lerner. Parks along New York’s vulnerable waterfront, like Hunter’s Point South, by SWA/Balley and Weiss/Manfrediare both equipment and armor.
  • “The Point of Peter Walker”, by Gweneth Leigh. Barangaroo Reserve by Landscape Architecture PWP transforms the former industrial landscape of Sydney Harbour.
  • “Hell of Fun” by Brian Barth. Claude Cormier, the founder of Claude Cormier + Associatescracks a smile.
  • “Star of the North”, by Zach Mortice. Stoss’ Landscape Urbanisms Gerstacker Grove combines ecological performance and technological mastery.


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