Edgeland House speaks to ecologies past and present
To Meghan Talarowski, play is "so much more than just physical activity."
Meet five practitioners who want our shared spaces to be a resource for those who use them
Through site-specific installations, Bryony Roberts addresses democracy, spatial justice, historic preservation, and identity.
The American Society of Landscape Architects’s guide lays out best practices for designing inclusive streets, parks, playgrounds, and more.
The new prize, which comes with a $100,000 award, hopes to raise awareness of the the importance of landscape architecture today.
The 308-acre Dorothea Dix Park wants to be a model for civic space.
According to Trust for Public Land’s annual report card for U.S. parks, a third of city residents don’t have a park within walking distance.
Nearly one in five people have a disability in the U.S., yet most playgrounds aren’t built to accommodate them.
Advocates and planners wrestle with the challenge of pairing new urban amenities with equitable development.
A greener Garden State could keep 20 million New York-area residents above water.
The San Francisco firm specializes in projects that are juicy, brainy, and—in some cases—seemingly impossible.
The firm is reimagining landscape architecture as a form of activism—and as a way to address the effects of urbanization and climate change.
The rails-to-rails project, while transformative, is struggling with affordability.
The manmade hills of Staten Island's Freshkills Park are inarguably beautiful, but they're also indicative of the disposability of the post-war American way of life. Karrie Jacobs explains, while taking us through the new, 2,200-acre park.
In East Texas, Jeff Henry has created a network of infinite artificial rivers at his family’s chain of water parks, Schlitterbahn. Think of it as nature well-suited for a generation raised on electronically enabled instant gratification
At a recent Landscape Architecture Foundation summit, it became clear the profession has a big role in shaping the future of our cities
The Hills on Governors Island are a perfect example of the hallmark of 21st century design: objects that are hybrids, part manmade and part natural. Karrie Jacobs examines the engineering behind the landscape.