Aperture has released three photography books that, each in its own way, talk about development, the environment, and the human relationship to the landscape.
Appearances are deceiving in one contemporary-art collector’s backyard.
Title aside, MoMA's latest is all building and little landscape.
By embracing the city’s industrial past—reclaiming landfills, remediating brownfields, developing neglected waterfronts—James Corner has helped reinvent the field of landscape architecture.
Architects can’t resist the lure of buildings—even if the brief doesn’t really call for them.