Added by mauiBob on March 31, 2011 at 2:29am — No Comments
What is Landscape Infrastructure?
What types of infrastructure will this book delve into?
Will it extend beyond tired conversations on sustainable water management?
Those were my initial questions, or perhaps even skepticisms, when I picked up this book.
I was happy to find that the well written, succinct prose of the Preface by Gerdo Aquino quickly answered those questions and in fact piqued my interest further to see exactly what ideas would be explored…Continue
Added by Julie Canter on March 28, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
We're challenged in even visualizing the rising costs of gas, water, and food. Good urban bones are amped up to a post-fossil-fuel based economy in Oberlin, Ohio.
SLANT AWARDS SUMMER 2011 ©
International Competition for Students of Landscape Architecture
The international competition for the SLANT AWARDS is being held this year for the first time and on…Continue
Just as buying everything Home Depot has to offer doesn't make you a better craftsman, signing onto every social media channel doesn't make you a better planner. Ben Brown, a founding member of the USA TODAY editorial staff, co-founder of Coastal Living magazine, contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Southern Living, etc., etc., now spends his time communicating about placemaking. In this article, he talks about the challenges and opportunities of building and sustaining community in the…Continue
Added by Hazel Borys on March 11, 2011 at 9:39am — No Comments
While the idea of settling carries with it some pretty unsettling connotations, its execution is proving far different. In short,…Continue
Added by Hazel Borys on March 1, 2011 at 9:09am — No Comments