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A+ Finalist Spotlight: Landscapes, Gardens, and Parks

Landscaping is the butt of many an undergraduate architecture student joke. But what do undergrads know about anything, right? At its best,  landscaping melds structure and context, ensuring that the best attributes of the site — or the sense of “place,” if you prefer — are preserved while still accommodating the new building. This relationship Sigue leyendo

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A+ Finalist Spotlight: Landscapes, Gardens, and Parks

Landscaping is the butt of many an undergraduate architecture student joke. But what do undergrads know about anything, right? At its best,  landscaping melds structure and context, ensuring that the best attributes of the site — or the sense of “place,” if you prefer — are preserved while still accommodating the new building. This relationship Sigue leyendo

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Intricately-Patterned Land Art That’s Washed Away by the Tides

Image: Cater News Agency Andres Amador has only a few hours to work before the tide sets in. He must wait for a full moon when the waves have fully receded, giving him the space and time to execute his sand etchings. Using just a garden rake, Amador inscribes monumental doodles along the banks of Sigue leyendo

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