Here’s a rant that is the full monty for Landscape Architects to get off on – I wonder if anyone else gets to read this stuff! It is a bit American – but then according to them (Americans – i.e. those whose fathers emigrated from the original England. Jersey, Brunnswick and oh yes and York … Continue reading The new revolutionaries: Landscape architects reinvent urban parks
By tackling some of the most daunting problems of the city, landscape architects are rising to new prominence.
PARTICIPANTS: Jill Desimini is an assistant professor in landscape architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She was previously a senior associate at Stoss in Boston. David Gamble AIA, AICP is an architect and urban designer and the principal ofGamble Associates in Boston. Shauna Gillies-Smith ASLA is a landscape architect and the principal of Ground in Somerville, Massachusetts. Wendi Goldsmith is the founder and CEO of Bioengineering Group in Salem, Massachusetts. She is a certified professional geologist with additional degrees in ecological landscape design and plant and soil science. Elizabeth Padjen FAIA is the editor of ArchitectureBoston. Laura Solano ASLA is a landscape architect and a principal of Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts.