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Future Green Puts Plants at the Heart of Its Practice
The Brooklyn-based landscape architecture and design-build studio blends fabrication and urban placemaking to reframe public space.
Four Students Posit a Link between Architecture and Biodiversity
Members of the 2023 Metropolis Future100 explore ways architecture can support plant and animal habitats across typologies, from housing to research stations.
Wittman Estes Creates Places where Architecture and Landscape Intertwine
The Seattle-based firm’s nature-based approach is rooted in a belief that the best designs give more to their surroundings more than they take.
Edward Lyons Pryce, the Black Landscape Architect that Preserved the Tuskegee Institute
A new scholarship will continue Pryce’s legacy as one of the first Black landscape architects.
Why Landscapes Designed to Flood Are Environmentally Sound
The author of a new book explains why a landscape may be more resilient when it is designed for and defined by its floods.