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Have Van, Will Garden

Have Van, Will Garden

The radical landscape architecture of Straub Thurmayr. By Brian Barth An early concept for the playground at Zaagaate, a daycare facility on a Manitoba First Nation reserve. Image courtesy Straub Thurmayr. Lawrence West, the director of the...
Architecture - 2022-04-30 21:39:45
The Lab in the Backyard

The Lab in the Backyard

USC?s Landscape Justice Initiative aims to give students grassroots perspective on their field. By Patrick Sisson Students will continue to monitor the Test Plots over time and track data through visual surveys, soil tests, field notes, and labor...
Architecture - 2022-04-29 21:39:57
Awards Focus: The Death and Life of Great American Barges

Awards Focus: The Death and Life of Great American Barges

LAM is highlighting student and professional winners from the 2021 ASLA Awards by asking designers to share an outtake that tells an important part of their project?s narrative. The Death and Life of Great American Barges Student Analysis and...
Architecture - 2022-04-21 21:42:13


Work in Progress

Work in Progress

As part of an ongoing effort to make content more accessible, LAM will be making select stories available to readers in Spanish. BY BRADFORD MCKEE   The standard model of design-office practice in landscape architecture?killer hours,...
Architecture - 2022-04-19 21:44:35
Art Director’s Cut, April 14

Art Director’s Cut, April 14

The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue ofLAM. order single copiesofthe print issue from ASLA.Annual subscriptions forLAMare a thrifty $59for print and $44.25 for digital. Oursubscription pagehas...
Architecture - 2022-04-14 22:07:17
The Year of the Superstudio

The Year of the Superstudio

BY AARON KING Yuehui Gong, Courtesy LAF. Global problems meet regional politics in the field’s most ambitious venture in a century.   In March of 2020, Barbara Deutsch, FASLA, the CEO of the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF), hosted a...
Architecture - 2022-04-07 22:04:16
Placemaking Pitfall

Placemaking Pitfall

BY TIMOTHY A. SCHULER A street mural in Asheville, North Carolina, occupies the roadway without interfering with the adjacent crosswalks. Photo by Justin Mitchell, Digital Visual Lab. What happened in London with regard to engagement is ?very...
Architecture - 2022-04-05 21:41:55
April LAM: Designing Policy

April LAM: Designing Policy

Click to view slideshow. FOREGROUND In the Tank (Water) Amid the wetlands and steel plants of Chicago?s Big Marsh Park, a new water recycling system atthe Ford Calumet Environmental Center renews the region?s ecological potential. ...
Architecture - 2022-04-01 21:41:59


AWARDS FOCUS: AFTER PLASTICS

AWARDS FOCUS: AFTER PLASTICS

LAM is highlighting student and professional winners from the 2021 ASLA Awards by asking designers to share an outtake that tells an important part of their project?s narrative. After Plastics: The Gardens of the Glacial Foreland Student Research...
Architecture - 2022-03-31 21:59:01
SMALL TOWN, HEAVY LOAD

SMALL TOWN, HEAVY LOAD

As part of an ongoing effort to make content more accessible, LAM will be making select stories available to readers in Spanish. BY ANJULIE RAO FROM THE MARCH 2022 ISSUE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE.   Backdropped by the COVID-19...
Architecture - 2022-03-29 21:42:25
Trees on Their Own Terms

Trees on Their Own Terms

BY ZACH MORTICE
Architecture - 2022-03-24 21:42:45
ALTERNATE REALITIES

ALTERNATE REALITIES

BY SEAN LALLY Ultraviolet wavelength experienced in the video game. Image courtesy Sean Lally. With the use of a video game platform, the project illustrates the opportunities implicit in our urban public spaces through the use of both the game...
Architecture - 2022-03-17 21:51:12
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