A former landfill, this landscape’s redemption story is coming to an end.
By Lydia Lee
Byxbee Park is coming apart. The city of Palo Alto is not even pretending to try to hold it together. Continue reading The Dismemberment of Byxbee Park
James van Sweden, FASLA, the landscape architect and author who transformed the texture of American public spaces and gardens over four decades, died September 20 at his home in Washington, D.C., after a long illness. He was 78. Continue reading James Van Sweden, 1935-2013
In the culture of landscape architecture, the work of Reed Hilderbrand of Watertown, Massachusetts, stands out by not calling attention to itself in any brash way. Continue reading The Inventions of Reed Hilderbrand
Redeveloping brownfield sites can take a lot of time and money. But sometimes contaminated land can be put to good use during, or even before, the cleanup is finished. Continue reading Juice from Junk Sites