Robert Campbell in a recent The Boston Globe looks into “What changes could coming years bring to Boston’s landscape? We asked the Globe’s architecture critic to gaze into his crystal ball and tell us the shape of things to come.”
Read the full article @ the [SOURCE: Into the future – The Boston Globe]
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New Virginia Rules Target Cul-de-Sacs – washingtonpost.com
Virginia is taking aim at one of the most enduring symbols of suburbia: the cul-de-sac.
Read the SOURCE: washingtonpost.com – New Virginia Rules Target Cul-de-Sacs for more information on why Virginia is taking aim at cul-de-sacs
“Kristina Hill, associate professor and director of the Program in Landscape Architecture at the University of Virginia, said considering biodiversity in urban design is particularly important as human density in coastal areas continues to increase……..”
Read more of the article @ the SOURCE: Phyorg.com – Urban areas offer hidden biodiversit
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Peninsula Daily News reports
“Creating a presence of both Port Angeles and the downtown area would be one way to create a more inviting city, a group of architects told Port Angeles leaders and citizens on Wednesday night.
Carol Mayer-Reed, Portland, Ore.-based landscape architect as a member of the consultant team.“
read the full article @ the Peninsula Daily News – Group presents recommendations on improving Port Angeles
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