Enhancing city life, one landscape project at a time

Christopher Hume of The Star.com gives great insight into the role of landscape architects and there future, he writes

“For the last 50 or 60 years, urban topography has been a largely accidental creation. Although planned in every detail, it adds up to less than the sum of its parts. As a result, we inhabit a terrain of unintended consequences. Little wonder, then, that landscape architecture could be to this century what architecture was to the last.”

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