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August 28, 2014
artnet news

New York’s Frick Collection has been caught out in a lie: the gated garden designed by British landscape architect Russell Page, a likely casualty of the museum’s proposed expansion plan, was not, as the institution has claimed, intended as a interim use of the space.

August 26, 2014
Living Landscape Observer

The Cultural Landscape Foundation recently featured an interview with Duncan Hilchey. It highlights his work on agricultural landscapes, including the wild blueberry barrens of Maine and the cranberry bog region of southeastern Massachusetts, both recently included as featured landscapes, as well as the Concord Grape Belt in New York State.

August 16, 2014
The News-Press

Among 20th-century landscape architects, the pioneering Olmsted firm is perhaps the most celebrated.

August 10, 2014
The Journal Gazette

When the Rev. Robert Roethe­meyer looks across Concordia Theological Seminary’s campus, he sees little clumps of four or five trees, sometimes of the same species, amid a broad lawn.

August 5, 2014
The Southwester

On July 10th, the DC Historic Preservation Review Board voted to designate Capitol Park Tower (301 G Street SW) as an historic landmark.

August 4, 2014
A|N Blog

Here at AN we’ve seen our share of Richard Neutra tear downs in recent years. The latest possible victim is Neutra and Robert Alexander’s campus-wide buildings at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, which are being threatened by the school’s bond-supported Vision 2020 plan (pdf).

August 4, 2014
The Architect's Newspaper

The Frick Collection sits in a rarefied tier among the nation’s art museums. Its administration counts the Morgan Library & Museum, Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Philadelphia’s Barnes Foundation as peers; all these institutions trace their collections and original buildings to Gilded Age fortunes and the hands of their founders.

August 2, 2014

Helen Erickson has a sincere appreciation for an area of downtown she says is often overlooked.

August 1, 2014
Landscape Architecture News

Wellesley College, which occupies a 720-acre campus west of Boston, is renowned for academics, influential alumnae, and for its historically significant landscape.

August 1, 2014
AIA California Council

It has come to our attention that award-winning structures located in southern California may be demolished.