Thank you to all the donors who supported the The Landscape Architecture of Lawrence Halprin Gallery Guide. The Exhibition will debut 5 November at D.C.’s National Building Museum.
The Peter Schaudt Lecture announces its inaugural lecture, to be given by Laurie Olin, RLA, FASLA, on Wednesday, November 16 at 6:00pm in Crown Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). A founding partner of OLIN, he is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Medal of the Arts in 2013, and the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Architecture.
The 2016 season of Garden Dialogues, which began with several exceptional projects in the San Francisco area, culminated with back-to-back sold out events in the Hamptons of New York and Stonington, CT.
Mikayla spent the summer in Washington, D.C. working on the New York City Cultural Landscape City Guide in partnership with the National Park Service.
An exhibition about the lasting impact of the Kansas City-based landscape architecture firm Hare & Hare is now on view in Columbia, Missouri. The father-and-son team of Sidney J. and S. Herbert Hare planned parks, residential grounds, and cities from 1910 through 1960.
Bill Johnson's highly influential expansion plan for the University of Michigan has guided the development of the campus for over 50 years.
The network of parks and boulevards first envisioned by George E. Kessler has finally been recognized for its historical significance.
Save almost 20 percent by bundling this twelve-pack of the award-winning What’s Out There publications from TCLF—all for only $99.95! The guidebooks are the recipient of the 2016 Award of Excellence from the American Society of Landscape Architects. All of the guidebooks feature easy-to-use maps, stunning photography, and descriptive essays on a wide range of historically significant landscapes.
The package includes:
-The What's Out There Austin guidebook (52 pages)
Items included a week at Sea Ranch and works by leading, New Orleans-based artists.
TCLF is contesting a regulatory flip-flop that has put Oak Hill Cemetery and other historic landscapes at risk.