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TCLF in the News

July 30, 2014
The New York Times

New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission would do well to turn down the Frick Collection’s proposed expansion, which imagines replacing a prized garden on East 70th Street in Manhattan with a clumsy addition.

July 23, 2014
The Grid

In 2012 and 2013, The Grid searched far and wide across the web to find the most popular websites for landscape architects. Now another year has passed, and it’s time to click refresh.

July 14, 2014
Arkhitekton

Dan Kiley (1912-2004) is one of my landscape architect heroes. The clarity of his design approach and the bold execution of significant landscape projects over a sustained period is unparalleled. His legacy endures.

July 14, 2014
Curbed New York

The debate over the Frick's controversial expansion rages on, with supporters and detractors weighing their opinions.

July 13, 2014
The Real Deal

Preservationists are fighting the Frick Museum’s plans to expand and build over top of the only courtyard in the city designed by famed landscape architect Russell Page.

July 13, 2014
New York Post

In a garden-variety dispute, preservationists are fighting the Frick Museum’s plans to build over a lush courtyard — the only one in the city designed by famed landscape architect Russell Page.

July 4, 2014
Sky Blue Window

When you arrive at the Christian Theological Seminary on 42nd Street you may not immediately notice the Dan Kiley-designed grounds. 

July 1, 2014
The Dirt

The announcement that the Frick Collection on New York’s Upper East Side plans to build an addition has generated some buzz and concern – and if implemented, it would forever destroy an important part of the collection – an exquisite garden by the world famous British landscape architect Russell Page (1906-85).

June 30, 2014
The Huffington Post

The announcement that the Frick Collection on New York's Upper East Side plans to build an addition has generated some buzz and concern - and if implemented, it would forever destroy an important part of the collection - an exquisite garden by the world famous British landscape architect Russell Page (1906-85).

June 20, 2014
The Buffalo News

Near the end of the latest national WNED-TV co-production, "Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America," landscape architect Faye Harwell summarizes what it meant to her as a child in New York City visiting one of his parks.