Olivia is a writer currently living in New York. She graduated from Cornell with a degree in landscape architecture where she first became curious about the challenge of sustainable (and affordable!) development. In the past, she practiced her prose as an intern at The Architectâ€™s Newspaper and currently spends her days as an Americorps volunteer learning about urban gardening and forestry.
For the sake of sustainability, we normally hope that our furniture will last a long time in an effort to conserve resources and energy. Ate Atema of Atema Architecture, however, ponders whether
Think you need an open plot of land with plenty of soil in order to cultivate a garden? Think again. CMG Landscape Architecture's Cracked Concrete Garden proves that many plants have a way of
Unused and empty land can provide the perfect canvas for creative minds. That's why we were excited to hear that throughout the summer of 2009, a temporary nine-hole golf course will occupy a
It's spring -- and not a moment too soon! It's finally time to break out those cute heels and girly girly shoes that have been in storage all winter. If you are looking to add something sexy
You might not intuitively associate wildflowers with mathematics, but as Ian Simpson Architects proves, the relationship between the two can inspire beautiful architecture. The architecture firm
From the manicured forms of French estates to the sculptural gestures of Japanese gardens, the adjectives we use to describe a garden are often subject to the characteristics of the plants (or
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