NOVEMBER: ALL ABOUTCHICAGONovember 3, 2015 by LAM Staff
This years ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO in Chicago is loaded with the best of landscape architecture, andNovembers hefty issue of LAM is jam-packed to match. The work of Diane Jones Allen works to reconnect broken public space in New Orleans; the Public Media Commons by DLANDstudio Architecture + Landscape Architecture in St. Louis makesspace for free speech; the new Maggie Daley Park in Chicago, by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates,has nearly as much going on under the surface as above; the landscape is loaded with history in the new Palmisano Park in Chicago by Site Design Group; and bison make a comeback in a prairie under restoration in Illinois.
In Interview,the journalist Peter Annin talks about his book The Great Lakes Water Wars, and the complications of a water body with multiple owners; and in House Call, Coen + Partnerscreates fluid boundaries between public and private in a Chicago house. And dont missour regularNow,Species,Goods,andBooks columns.Thefulltable of contents for November can be foundhere.
As always, you can buy this issue ofLandscape Architecture Magazineat more than 200 bookstores, including many university stores and independents, as well as at Barnes & Noble. You can also buy single digital issues for only $5.25at Zinio ororder single copiesofthe print issue from ASLA.Annual subscriptions forLAMare a thrifty $59 for print and $44.25 for digital. Oursubscription page has more information on subscription options.
Keep an eye out here on the blog, on theLAMFacebook page, and on our Twitter feed (@landarchmag),as well be ungating Novemberarticlesas the month rolls out.
Credits: Where the Water Will Be, Peter Ringenberg; Outside Looking In, Christopher Barrett Photographer; The Connector, David Grunfeld; Street Theater, Jason Winkeler Photography, Courtesy Nine Network of Public Media; We Got Fun. And Foam, Alex MacLean; Deep Cut, Robert Sit, Site Design Group, Ltd.; The Bison Begin Again, Noppadol Paothong.
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