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Alexandra Lange on Tarnished (AIA) Gold

In calling out the AIA for bypassing Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi for the 2015 Gold Prize, Alexandra Lange (LF ’14) highlights larger problems in the field of architecture symbolized by its preeminent professional organization.  Read more in the LOEBlog.

Jan 22, 2015

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Ocean State

Resilience is typically a value associated with the scale of an ecosystem. This view overlooks the potential of resilience as an embedded micro-condition, which amalgamates through biological evidence. By nature competitive, plants emerge and ‘spring back’ based on regimes of disturbance that warrant their use…

exhibition dates: NOV 3, 2014 – JAN 20, 2015

Rosetta S. Elkin, Curator

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Field Studies in Real Estate students seek to breathe new life into vacant industrial complex

In Dallas, a real estate developer and his colleagues are grappling with the perplexing question of how to revitalize a sprawling, vacant industrial complex. On December 16th, students in Professor Richard Peiser’s Field Studies in Real Estate course at the Harvard Graduate School of Design offered these professionals support by presenting a number of innovative ideas for the site.

Jan 15, 2015

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Alumni Q+A: Justine Kwiatkowski Vélez MLA 06, MUP 06

Justine Kwiatkowski Vélez MLA ’06, MUP ’06 came to the field of landscape architecture because of her desire to give back to the world, whether through the restoration of environmentally-degraded sites, or the beautification of space.

Jan 8, 2015

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Faculty top ASLA “Best Books of 2014” list

The American Society of Landscape Architects recently published their annual "Best Books" list—with this year's top 10 featuring two significant works by Harvard University Graduate School of Design professors.

Dec 17, 2014

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