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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.31.2012
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NEWS:
Jeffrey Hogrefe reviews Treading Softly: Paths to Ecological Order by Thomas Princen.
With construction progressing, West 8 discusses the landscape transformation of a New York jewel.
Incoming ASLA NY president on the fertile future of landscape architecture in New York.
Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway restored by city, feds.
Alan G. Brake on the growing importance of landscape architecture.
Brooklyn's Prospect Park restores portion of Olmsted's original design.
Michael Graves completes Newark's first new green space in decades.
Contemporary landscape interventions are transforming midcentury buildings and plazas to address their urbanistic failings.
Nette Compton, NYC Parks director of green infrastructure, talks about the Greenstreets Program.
The Fifth Street Farm Project rolls out its first rooftop in Manhattan.
Susan Morris reviews Tatzu Nishi's Discovering Columbus, currently on view in New York through November 18.
WXY expands the Drawing Center's Soho home.
Nelson Byrd Woltz creating public spaces for Manhattan megadevelopment.
Nancy Owens designing a park in a massive affordable housing development in East New York.
Pedestrians to prevail in traffic-jammed Hudson Square.
Students reimagine our national parks as social and cultural destinations.
SHoP may design a major league soccer stadium in Queens' Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
APOPS & Municipal Art Society launch digital platform for improving New York's privately owned public spaces.
Van Valkenburgh wins competition for new park in Austin, TX.
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