Photo by Carol Betsch



The practice of contemporary landscape architecture is fundamentally Darwinian in the sense that it relies upon systematic and quantitative observations of natural history for many of its design decisions. These observations often include temperature, rainfall, the chemical composition of the soil and air, the relationship between topography and plant and animal assemblages, and speculations on […]

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Time for a New VIEW

Time for a New VIEW In June LALH members will receive the 2013 issue of VIEW—and make no mistake, this is the largest and most comprehensive issue to date. Don’t miss out on articles on topics such as the new LALH book Community by Design, a study of the Olmsted firm’s impact on the Boston suburb […]

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