Vol. 99 N° 4 / Abril 2009
A bright spot in the British landscape, the White House lawn provides food for thought, recession-ready design, skaters pool their resources, and learning about landscape preservation.
Edited by Linda Mclntyre
Return on investment
A Colorado project proves the economic value of public landscapes.
By Kim Sorvig
Paradise put in place of a parking lot
Landscape architects help a university restore Pacific Coast wetlands
By Claire Latané
ART IN THE LANDSCAPE
Art as Medicine
Artwork makes for a unique pathway at Texas Tech University's medical school.
By Elizabeth Lynch
Design for cities
New York's CCNY opens doors to urban life and ecology.
By Frank Edgerton Martin
Wildfire in Yellowstone then and now
Documenting change in a visuallu dramatic landscape
By John C Ellsworth
Research design connections
Studies examine landscape that tell their own stories, designing safer rotaries, and mapping ATV trails with Gis.
By Sally Augustin
Student projects chilean style
Low-impact design/build projects take advantage of discarded lumber and hand labor.
By Jimena Martignoni
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A photographer uses his photographs to make a point about small parks.
By Nicola Twilley