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The Landscape Architect's Guide to Boston
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This is really just the tip of the iceberg. There are more than a thousand images in the web site.
The guide works as an educational tool in what landscape architects contribute to the built environment, as well as how nature and structures can live in harmony. “Boston’s vibrant public realm didn’t just magically appear,” adds ASLA president Tom Tavella, “but was carefully designed over the years, and is continually evolving, through interactions among elected leaders, communities, and landscape architects.”
Jared Green is a prolific writer on landscape architecture at Dirt, the newsletter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.