Halprin, the tribal elder of American landscape architecture

Lawrence Halprin, 93 passed away earlier this week. A great landscape architect who designed hundreds of projects throughout his 60 year career and was famous for such designs as the Roosevelt Memorial, Ghirardelli Square, a 1.5-mile walkway overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem; a new pedestrian approach to Yosemite Falls.

The New York Times quoted Charles Birnbaum, founder and president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation as saying in relation to Halprin:

“He almost single-handedly reclaimed the city as the purview of the landscape architect,”

Read more about Lawrence Halrpins career at
NYTimes.com – Lawrence Halprin, Landscape Architect, Dies at 93

Washington Post – Urban projects won wide acclaim for American landscape architect

San Francisco Chronicle – Lawrence Halprin – landscape architect

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