12 Land Matters
Michelle Obama’s White House garden gets an upgrade; students plan for new energy economies in Utah; Mathews Nielsen restores the grounds of New York’s Ground Zero church; and more.
Edited by Timothy A. Schuler
Sharing is Wearing
Leaders at three firms talk about the ways they use collaboration software.
By Wendy Gilmartin
Sasaki provides paths toward resilience for flood-prone Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
By Zach Mortice
Affordable 3-D scanning technology is giving landscape architects finer-grained ways to look at their work.
By Brian Barth
Railings, walls, and fences can keep things (attractively) under control.
By Katarina Katsma, ASLA
72 Permafrost Urbanists
As climate change makes the far north more accessible, settlements on Norway’s Svalbarg archipelago may help us understand something new: bustling Arctic cities.
By Jessica Bridger
88 It’s About Time
In the Catalonian city of Girona, Martí Franch is transforming green infrastructure with genius temporum.
By Tim Waterman
104 Desert Bloom
Landscape architecture led the way in Ten Eyck Landscape Architects’ redesign of the University of Texas at El Paso campus.
By Mark Hough, FASLA
126 The Art of Inquiry, Manifestation, and Enactment
For decades, Helen and Newton Harrison have taken eco-art to the streets, where their work is a call to action.
By Anne Whiston Spirn, FASLA
Through the Hourglass
A review of The Course of Landscape Architecture: A History of Our Designs on the Natural World, From Prehistory to the Present, by Christophe Girot.
By Julia Czerniak
154 Advertiser Index
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A Growing Need
If you like plants, A Botanist’s Vocabulary has a few words for you.
By Jennifer Reut