NOVEMBER 2021 | Landscape architecture magazine


16 inside

20 Land issues


26 now
Design the right place for Fallen sky to land; Loghaven, the story of Knoxville, reappears as an artists’ paradise; Seferian Design Group strikes a material balance along a shore of Lake Ontario; carbon metering for urban services in Reno, Nevada; and more.
Edited by Timothy A. Schuler

52 Planning
High profile
A vision for a 71-mile irrigation canal that runs along Denver’s eastern edge has blossomed
in a large plan for a multi-purpose recreational trail with stormwater, community and ecological benefits.
By Haniya Rae

68 Goods
New to the floor
Check out the latest news at ASLA EXPO in Nashville.
By Emily Davidson


76 When the stars align
Through years of work by students and faculty at the University of Tennessee, the Knoxville School of Landscape Architecture, the 652 mile trail known as the Tennessee RiverLine has grown from a brilliant idea to a full proposal. It is poised to be part of the next era of people-centered infrastructure in the region.
By Jared Brey

94 home-brewed
A connection with New Belgium Brewing Company allowed Russell + Mills Studios to design the landscape for a brewery in Asheville, North Carolina. The company has partnered with the city and local conservation groups to transform a rusty industrial site into a thriving riverside.
By Brian Barth

114 The Bridge Builder
Martin Smith left a successful career to settle in the Arkansas Delta, and he quickly understood how the tools of landscape architecture could help the struggling Big Woods area. By creating a wave of support, Smith saw his vision shift from a passionate project to a force for change.
By Timothy A. Schuler / Photograph by Tim Hursley


140 Finding a community in the floodwaters
After their offices in New Orleans and New York were evacuated during Hurricane Ida, three designers from SCAPE Studio reflect on how the storm brought their work on coastal resilience back to the home of the best and in the worst possible way.
By Jennifer Reut

154 pounds
The site still matters
A review of Site issues: strategies for uncertainty through planning and design, edited by Andrea Kahn and Carol J. Burns.
By Sara Jacobs

178 Index of advertisers

179 advertisers by product category

192 History
Hard cookie
In search of a way to translate the risk of forest fires in Lake Tahoe, a landscaper lets the trees do the talking.
By Sarah Chase Shaw


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