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Posted by on Jun 14, 2016 in 2013, Boston, Landscape architecture Posts, Massachusetts, United States

How this Excellent Design Brought Landscape to Art

How this Excellent Design Brought Landscape to Art

Article by Lidija Šuster MassArt Residence Hall, by Ground Inc., in Boston, Massachusetts, USA Before developing any design, landscape architects are always faced with unavoidable questions that are crucial for the success of the project. Who will be using that space? Where is it located? What kind of people are most likely to come there? You probably have guessed some of these questions, and there are a lot more...

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Posted by on Jan 21, 2016 in 2011, Boston, Halvorson Design Partnership, Landscape architecture Posts, United States

Is Atlantic Wharf Park a Sustainable Success Story?

Is Atlantic Wharf Park a Sustainable Success Story?

Article by Paula Uzarek. Atlantic Wharf Park, by Halvorson Design Partnership, Boston, Massachusetts. Designing a space in a district with historic roots can give a landscape architect a series of sleepless nights. How does one create a fresh, new space while protecting and preserving the past? Should the designer take the risk and move beyond scheme, or just create a safe project? Can these two ways of thinking be...

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Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in 2008, Boston, Landscape architecture Posts, Mikyoung Kim Design, Plaza, United States

Levinson Plaza Creates a Green Refuge in the City

Levinson Plaza Creates a Green Refuge in the City

Levinson Plaza, Mission Park, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, by Mikyoung Kim Design. A city plaza is more or less like an urban jungle where people can unwind and get in touch with their inner naturalist. Maybe they do not even know that they secretly admire nature in this mechanized world. But a plaza in the midst of busy roads and lanes has always attracted people of all ages and has...

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