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2014: A Great Year for Landscape Architecture

By all accounts 2014 has been a great year for landscape architecture, and not just because of the completion of the final phase of the High Line by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and James Corner Field Operations. Previously published by the Huffington Post … Sigue leyendo

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Cultural Landscape Foundation celebrates the “Olmsted of Los Angeles” this weekend

The Cultural Landscape Foundation continues its “What’s Out There” series this weekend with tours and events centered around Ralph Cornell, long considered the dean of Southern California landscape architecture. (Some even call him “The Olmsted of Los Angeles.”) The event coincides with the opening today of the exhibition, Ralph D. Cornell: Dean of Southern California Landscape […]
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A New Series Featuring Laurie Olin, Acclaimed Landscape Architect

The Cultural Landscape Foundation recently launched its newest documentary as part of the ongoing Oral History series, this time focusing on the ideas and career of Laurie Olin, a recipient of the National Medal of the Arts and one of the greatest landscape architects… Sigue leyendo

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