Jose Ahedo's Harvard Graduate School of Design Wheelwright Fellowship took him across 103,000 miles to study the surreality of livestock landscapes in eight different countries.

LIVESTOCK AND THE RHYTHM OF THE LAND

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LAMCAST: The Design Trust for Public Space has a plan for demonstrating all the good that urban farms grow. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Art Director's Cut from "Permafrost Urbanists," by Jessica Bridger, about urbanism's implacable path towards the Arctic Circle.

ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, JANUARY 12

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New technology means that landscape architects are starting to generate their own 3-D project site imagery.

INFINITE MAPPING

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University of Virginia professors Matthew Jull and Leena Cho are charting urban futures above the Arctic Circle. [ Bit.ly Link ]
LAMCAST: Evan Mather's short film Sic Erat Scriptum makes the common sense case for the Interstate Highway System as the remnants of dinosaur migration trails. [ Bit.ly Link ]
The January 2017 issue of LAM takes you to the frozen Arctic, where designers are preparing for an imminent wave of new urbanization; to Spain, where landscape architects are designing new spaces mostly through subtraction; and to the University of Texas at El Paso, where a new plan by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects is making the desert bloom. [ Bit.ly Link ]
A series of landscape improvement projects in Detroit looks to build on the strengths of some of the city's strongest neighborhoods.

DETROIT AND THE LANDSCAPE TIPPING POINT

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Landscape Metrics, with some help from the Dredge Research Collaborative, is quantifying the loss of the San Francisco Bay sediment that is the backbone of its tidal marsh ecosystems.

BRINGING BACK THE BAYLANDS

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Thanks to Sasaki's Lawn on D in Boston, the "adult playground" park is here to stay (Photo: Sahar Coston-Hardy)

PLAYDATE ON D STREET

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Princeton Architectural Press's Labyrinths and Mazes: A Journey Through Art, Architecture, and Landscape, traces inward and outward spiritual journeys through nature.

WITHIN & WITHOUT, LABYRINTHS MEET IN NATURE

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LAMCAST: The Harvard Graduate School of Design takes a deep dive into how data, robotics and computation are influencing landscape architecture. [ Bit.ly Link ]
A pause in the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline is a landscape imperative.

A PAUSE ON THE PIPELINE

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Art Director's Cut from "A Foodshed Moment," on Hudson Valley farmers' work to preserve the land that feeds New York City.

ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, DECEMBER 12

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Farmers in the Hudson Valley are struggling to preserve the acres that feed New York City.

A FOODSHED MOMENT

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December 6 Art Director's Cut: Sasaki's Lawn on D in Boston is a temporary park that's making a permanent impact. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Could epiphytes, plants that derive nutrients from the air, green the entire world?

LIVING ON AIR

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From the November issue: Barangaroo Reserve in Sydney, by PWP Landscape Architecture with Johnson Pilton Walker.