Francis R. Kowsky writes about the dual career of Calvert Vaux, who worked as both architect and landscape architect.
Charles D. Warren discusses John Nolen’s relationship with various architects in his town plans.
Sarah Allaback explores the collaborative projects of the landscape architect Marjorie Sewell Cautley.
Allaback looks at the papers of Cautley and other landscape architects in the archives of Cornell University.
Robin Karson writes about the longtime creative partnership of Richard K. Webel and Umberto Innocenti.
Laurie Olin reflects on his collaborations with architects from throughout his career.
Lauren Belfer profiles the 2021 LALH Preservation Hero, Francis R. Kowsky.
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