March 1, 2022
Julie Bargmann on Clogs as a Portal to Honoring Past Generations
Julie Bargmann is internationally recognized for her regenerative design of degraded landscapes. Founding her practice D.I.R.T. studio in 1992, she forged into the frontier of industrial sites, advocating for working landscapes’ cultural, environmental, and social value. Bargmann was recently named the inaugural laureate of the Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize.
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El Borinquen Residence Welcomes Supportive Housing in Vivid Color
Alexander Gorlin Architects’ newest supportive housing project in the Bronx draws on Latin Modernism to enmesh itself in its context.
5 Strategies for Community-Based Hospitality Design
David Baker Architects’ principal Brett Randall Jones draws on his affordable housing expertise to pursue a new approach to hotel design that engages communities.
At a Nursery for At-Risk Children, Architecture Reassures
Architect Paul Le Quernec designed a nursery complex in Fleury-sur-Orne, France, where children are ensconced in a cocoon-like world of their own.