Mysteriously Handcuffed to History
MoMA’s exhibition on architectures of decolonization in South Asia is problematic but timely — a much-needed catalyst for the preservation of valuable mid-century buildings.
Seagram: Union of Building and Landscape
The evolution of Mies van der Rohe’s architectural philosophy, culminating in his design for the Seagram Building.
The Ecology of Unpredictability
Birch trees clumped in thickets are usually found at derelict and disturbed sites. When landscape architects use this type of planting, are their designs truly ecological? Does it matter?
The Problem with Solutions
We need to engage troubled landscapes without presuming to fix them. Notes toward a history of non-solutionist design.
Design and the Green New Deal
If landscape architects want to remake the world, we can start by remaking our discipline.