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TCLF in the News

March 27, 2015
CurbedNational

In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect Dan Kiley designed over 1,000 projects all over the U.S.

March 26, 2015
FastCompany

Kiley's focus on geometric forms has inspired comparisons to modernists like Le Corbusier and more, and he collaborated with celebrated architects like Eero Saarinen, Louis Kahn, and I.M. Pei. One scholar has called Kiley "Mies in Leaf."

March 24, 2015
Architectural Digest

A traveling exhibition—opening this week in New York—explores the storied career of landscape architect Dan Kiley. 

March 20, 2015
Hyperallergic

Is it wrong to commandeer space intended for public enjoyment to bolster a political legacy? That’s a question US President Barack Obama will soon answer when he and First Lady Michelle Obama announce the location of the future Barack Obama Library and Museum.

March 19, 2015
Architizer

In Kiley's elegant works, you can find hedges, allées, and other tropes made into unconventional new places. They connect nature and humans in the most Romantic sense, but with refined and resolved Modernist sensibility. 

March 19, 2015
Palm Beach Daily News - The Shiny Sheet

Landscape designers Keith Williams and Mario Nievera of Nievera Williams Design will conduct tours of two of their Palm Beach garden projects Sunday as part of the annual “Garden Dialogues” program sponsored by the Cultural Landscape Foundation of Washington, D.C.

March 11, 2015
ArchDaily

The competition to host the new Barack Obama Presidential Library has generated quite a stir, attracting proposals from cities across the United States with Chicago emerging as the current front runner.

March 6, 2015
Boston Globe

"Only the Obamas can decide whether seizing part of a historic park is fair game" - opinion piece by Renée Loth, former editorial page editor of the Boston Globe

March 5, 2015
CurbedNY

The Frick Collection's plan to remove its Russell Page–designed viewing garden ahead of its proposed 60,000-square-foot expansion will soon be heard by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

March 4, 2015
Architect's Newspaper

Some factors should the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission consider when determining whether to approve the demolition of the Frick Collection's Russell Page--designed garden.