An Account of Human Costs
For upstaters, the reservoirs providing water to New York City represent at best an imposition and at worst an imperial pillage of the landscape.
Design and the Green New Deal
If landscape architects want to remake the world, we can start by remaking our discipline.
The Public Works
Why isn’t the Great Recession inspiring a new New Deal? Places’ editor argues that we no longer believe in public-sector solutions — or even in the public itself.
What must be abolished so that democracy may finally rise? Oil — as an industry and as a form of social organization.
Nature-ization Takes Command
Exploring the dynamic relationship of landscape and architecture, from big civic projects by Norman Foster to small rural houses by Glenn Murcutt.