Ten Eyck Landscape Architects reimagines the campus at the University of Texas at El Paso.
By Mark Hough, FASLA
Christine Ten Eyck, FASLA, recalls driving across Arizona in the summer of 2012, talking on the phone with one of her clients at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). It was about a dream project: the opportunity to redesign the landscape of a historic university and create a major open space as its ceremonial heart. Continue reading Desert Bloom →
Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway has finally gotten what it always needed—time.
Call it the Emptyway. That was the headline of a 2009 Boston Globe article lamenting the perceived failure of Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, which had opened a year earlier atop the city’s infamous “Big Dig.” Continue reading The Big Sprig →