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TCLF in the News

October 26, 2015
Hyde Park Herald

Plans to confiscate Olmsted-designed public parkland in Chicago has stirred local and national concern and oppositiion.

January 27, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle

A follow-up to the Bridging The Nature-Culture Divide III by John King, architecture critic for the San Francicso Chronicle.

January 20, 2015
The Arizona Republic

Saturday, Jan. 24, kicks off a year filled with exhibitions, presentations and demonstrations designed to lure more people though the gates of the Sonoran Desert Botanical Garden. The Sonoran Desert was included in Landslide 2011: The Landscape I Love.

January 16, 2015
The Economist

“CAN you imagine plonking the Obama library into the middle of Central Park?” If the prospect seems egregious, then you might sympathise with critics of the University of Chicago’s plan to “confiscate” part of the city’s historic Washington Park for a library dedicated to the current president.

January 13, 2015
Curbed Chicago
January 12, 2015
Associated Press via ABC News

An Associated Press article about the What's Out There database and What's Nearby function.

January 9, 2015

A proposed site in Chicago for the Obama Presidential Library would confiscate 22 acres of the Olmsted and Vaux-designed Washington Park, a nationally significant work. 

January 8, 2015
CG Concept Magazine (Belgium)

In September 2014, the Flemish government prevented the demolition of a garden designed by the well-known British garden designer Russell Page, located in Courtrai. The garden, which dates back to 1952, was Page’s first garden in Belgium. The article is in Flemish - here's the English language version.

January 7, 2015
The Architect's Newspaper

While speculation around the Obama Presidential Library continues to swirl, plans for one of the project’s four potential sites just became a bit clearer.

December 30, 2014
Archaeology Conservancy

Increased protection for a Landslide 2014: Art and the Landscape site.