Chris Reed shares work from a Harvard GSD landscape architecture studio that considers how productive ecologies drive the development of urban form and uses Jamaica Bay as a case study for exploring the opportunities of richly fluid territories.
Tim Maly takes us on a tour of New York City's landscapes of dredge, and explores how the city's past, present and future are shaped by technologies and processes of what he calls "the greatest unrecognized landscape architecture project in the world."
by Daniel Rojo • August 7th, 2012
On a pleasant weekday afternoon at the end of July, I hopped on my bike and headed to the far...
The Omnibus Roundup – Jamaica Bay Parks, High Line Phase 3, Sleek City Lights, Back-up Tokyo, Selling Housing and Poem Forest
by Urban Omnibus • November 4th, 2011
IMPROVING JAMAICA BAY PARKS Mayor Bloomberg, along with representatives of the US Department of the Interior, the US Environmental Protection...
The Omnibus Roundup – summer in the city, public art and parks, new subway map, the census, and Manhattanhenge
by Urban Omnibus • May 28th, 2010
Now that the Times Square pedestrian plazas are a permanent fixture, the Department of Transportation has selected a temporary installation...