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'Urbanism Without Effort' — Are urban designers trying too hard?

Attempts at "placemaking" have been at the center of attention for urbanists for some time now. But is it really possible to "make" places? How successfully can architects and urban planners design strong communities into existence?...

source: By Lucy Wallwork
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Date: May 6 Time: 2:30 – 4 PM, EDT About the webinar: The next webinar in the U.S. Access Board's free monthly series on May 6 will review requirements for play areas in the ADA and ABA Accessibility Standards, which apply to all newly designed or constructed play...


Worldwide, every Wednesday @ 4 PM (GMT-5), unless otherwise noted (*). All lectures are remote-online via Zoom this semester. If not enrolled in the course and you wish to attend, please request a link via Gail McKenzie @ rula@sebs.rutgers.edu.

source: Rutgers University

April 1st marks the start of World Landscape Architecture Month! Given the 2021 WLAM theme of healthy, beautiful and resilient places for all communities, ASLA's Community Design Professional Practice Network (PPN) leadership...

source: The Field

The Venice Biennale is a large art exhibition that started in 1895. Since then, it has become one of the world's most famous art festivals, and other cities have started similar large international art festivals. Reports show more than 300 art festivals globally, according...

source: The Field

One of the misconceptions we have about nature is that we are somehow separate from it, that we can organize humans into one box and nature into another us. Humans like to think of ourselves as special, and the idea of unadulterated wilderness is an appealing myth. Yet,...

source: Student Life

Drawing from Robert Smithson's colossal land art installations and the industrial landscapes of New Jersey where she grew up, Julie Bargmann, ASLA, the founder of D.I.R.T. studio, practices landscape architecture with a subversive modesty. The Harvard University Graduate...

source: Landscape Architecture Magazine


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