"We have moved away from the systems nature has provided to us, it's time we move back," says Ooze cofounder Eva Pfannes.
Kate Orff on Her New Project in Israel, What's in Store for the Venice Biennale, and Activism in Landscape Architecture
Orff's New York practice SCAPE develops broad-based coalitions that can advocate for the firm's projects.
F.R.E.D, an award-winning rethinking of a coastal community in New York City, respond to nature’s ebb and flow—not against it.
Water Pore Partnership is not only bringing beautiful water infrastructure to cities, but using these systems as tools for public engagement and awareness.
“We’re beyond the times when some ministry for infrastructure and public works can just come and do what they want to do, or what business interests make them do. The whole city needs to wake up.”
Landscape architect Raymond Jungles saved BIG's Grove at Grand Bay from becoming what it would otherwise be: yet another luxury highrise in Miami.
Jackie Brookner was a pioneering ecological artist, designer, writer and educator. Here, she is remembered for her passionate work with ecologists, design professionals, and communities on water remediation/landscape restoration for parks and wetlands, among many other projects.
The next stop for the Bruner Foundation team on their tour of site visits was in Greenville, South Carolina, where a forgotten 40-foot tall waterfall was transformed into an urban oasis and centerpiece for the city.
For 1 LU|HSW, read an article about the Water Pore Partnership's plan to revitalize Las Vegas’s stressed water supply and answer questions about the multi-disciplinary firm and its work capturing water in arid climates.
This year's pavilion will put the thorny issue of water management on the map.
The landscape architect has spent nearly two decades helping transform a mammoth drainage canal into a true urban amenity.
The reporter behind a new investigative documentary discusses the health of New York's water towers.
Anticipating the ravages of climate change with the design of resilient waterfront parks in urban settings.
A former member of the flood protection authority in New Orleans explains why legal action is being taken against the petroleum industry operating in the Gulf of Mexico.
This gritty industrial city is reconnecting with its long-abused waterfront.
New book points to New York City’s enormous water resources and lack of political will to tap it
An ambitious project could create landscaped spaces that would enable travel along the area’s currently inaccessible 14 mile-long waterfront.
Restoring, reopening, and reconnecting 16 beach sites across Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Rockaways damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Living in Australia provides a glimpse into our climate-challenged future.
Transforming industrial land along the Ohio River