Congratulations Bloggers

Congratulations Bloggers
Land8 Lounge Members featured in June Issue of LAM

In this month’s issue of LAM, Daniel Jost features seven note-worthy blogs in his article, “The Dirt on Blogging: How can blogs change the way we communicate about Landscape Architecture?” Out of all the exceptional landscape blogs out there, I was happy to see that 5 out of the 7 bloggers mentioned in this article are members of Land8Lounge.

– is a blog written by Jason King that focuses on the integration of ecological processes into cities. He describes his blog as, “dialogue and siftings from Portland, Oregon focusing on landscape architecture, sustainable urbanism, vegetated architecture, urban agriculture, living walls, green roofs, ecological planning and landscape urbanism theory.” Visit Landscape+Urbanism

Design Under Sky
– is a blog written by Adam E. Anderson with “conceptual and imaginative” posts on a variety of subjects related to landscape architecture. In his own words DUS, “is a blog/design studio engaged in innovation immersed in the elements, focusing on sustainable landscape architecture and environmental design. D.U.S. conjures conceptions that create a sense of place while responding to the existing environment, as well as possessing integrity, clarity, and harmony.” Visit DUS

Studio G – is a blog that focuses on garden designers working on hotels and spas, and residential projects. Rochelle Greayer updates the blog daily with fresh content and inspirations. In her words, Studio G is “a design blog dedicated to sharing landscape ideas, hotel resort and spa gardens, outdoor art and design, the latest in landscape products and services and to inspiring readers to recognize a sense of place so as they travel the world they can celebrate and value it.” Visit Studio G

Places & Spaces is a blog written by David Tulloch that focuses on, “Comments and news about Environmental Planning and Design. Intended for all audiences including students and alumni of the Rutgers major of Environmental Planning and Design.” Visit Places & Spaces

Christian Barnard Landscape Blog is an extension of his Landscape Studio where he, “explores the connection between art, ecology and architecture with the natural and created landscape.” Visit CBLB

The other Blogs mentioned in the LAM article are Playscapes and Sprout and are definitely worth checking out, as well. Congratulations again and keep up the great work!

We have a list of blogs that we subscribe to located in our Blog Roll. Check them out here. If you have any suggestions on blogs to add, please let us know.

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  1. Love Studio G! Blogging has created an incredible opportunity for design professionals to contribute unsolicited ideas and inspiration to landscape enthusiasts and anyone who stumbles across our blogs. Please consider my blog in your blogroll



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