Tag Archives: By J. Parscher

Learning The Hard Way

Reviewed by Justin Parscher

University of Copenhagen students working with a model and a mock-up of a proposed intervention. Photo courtesy Teaching Landscape: The Studio Experience.

Students should learn to draw by hand, to fly drones, to do interpretive dance, to do light construction. They should collaborate with social scientists, with soil scientists, with local community members, with their counterparts in New Zealand. Continue reading Learning The Hard Way

Where Credit’s Due

Designing San Francisco: Art, Land, and Urban Renewal in the City by the Bay 

Reviewed by Justin Parscher

An artist’s rendition from 1954 of Karl Kortum’s vision for Hyde Street Pier. Kortum advocated for preserving the built heritage of the waterfront through commercial redevelopment. SAFR 22912, San Francisco Maritime Research Center.

In their continual search for respect, recognition, and equal pay, landscape architects find themselves in a quandary. Continue reading Where Credit’s Due