Landscape Architecture

The LowLine Gets First Approvals for Planning
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The LowLine Gets First Approvals for Planning

The proposal for the underground park received rights from New York's City Hall. More

Classically Deep: A New Lighting Scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Plaza
2014 AL Design Awards: Memorial to the Victims of Violence, Mexico City
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2014 AL Design Awards: Memorial to the Victims of Violence, Mexico City

A white-light color palette distinguishes between the man-made and natural... More

2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
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2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Designed by Sou Fujimoto, the lattice structure is subtly illuminated with... More

IALD Fellows Announced
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IALD Fellows Announced

Three prominent lighting designers—Katherine C. Abernathy, Janet Lennox Moyer, and... More

Light and Lightness
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Light and Lightness

Throughout his long career, artist James Turrell has explored light both as a... More

Daydreaming in Light
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Daydreaming in Light

From June through September of this year, Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa.,... More

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Bethesda Garden

An artistic use of light in a residential setting best describes this backyard and pool area in suburban Washington, D.C., but it almost didn't come to pass. More

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Magic Garden

Once an elevated freight railroad that ferried goods and materials to and from Manhattan's west side factories, now a public park featuring sun decks, ponds, and native plantings, the High Line is not your typical piece of infrastructure. More

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Unstudio Burnham Pavilion, Chicago

An interactive lighting experience celebrates Daniel Burnham's Chicago Legacy. More

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