Sold-out Tour, Dining at Iconic Restaurants, Honors for Harriet Pattison, and a Record-breaking Silent Auction During the ASLA Annual Meeting.
Lawrence Halprin changed the profession of landscape architecture. His theories and designs aimed to improve the lives of urban dwellers during an era when many people were fleeing cities. He invented new types of landscapes that were dynamic and ahead of their time: environmentally sensitive communites, parks under and over freeways, recycled industrial sites, and integrated urban space networks.
As senior photographer for the SWA group, Fox spent more than 30 years perfecting his unique and evocative style of landscape photography.
The latest What's Out There Guide from TCLF, the New Orleans Guide reveals the landscape legacy of Louisiana's largest city.
Discover the Crescent City with this beautifully illustrated guidebook.
Guide created in honor of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary features more than 70 sites.
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.