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BY ELIZABETH S. PADJEN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAHAR COSTON-HARDY

Surprising things happen when a big public agency decides to do something scrappy.

Surprising things happen when a big public agency decides to do something scrappy.

From the December 2016 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine

With the advent of adult coloring books, you had to know that adult playgrounds wouldn’t be far behind.

The project that pretty much defines the type is Boston’s Lawn on D, the winner of a 2015 ASLA Professional Honor Award. Its presence in the city seems fitting, as Boston already serves as a comprehensive field guide to public open space, (more…)

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The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue of LAM.

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Photo by Sahar Coston-Hardy.

From “Playdate On D Street” by Elizabeth S. Padjen in the December 2016 issue, a look at how a Massachusetts public agency brought about a new park typology: the adult playground.

“Still rings…”

—Chris McGee, LAM ART DIRECTOR

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