DECEMBER'S CHILLDECEMBERS CHILLDecember 1, 2015 by LAM Staff
In Decembers LAM, Fred Bernsteinreports onDaniel Biedermans quest for the perfect park, and its not for slouches. Jonathan Lerner writes about the simplebeauty of theCedar Creek Residence by Hocker Design Group,winner of the 2015 ASLA Professional Award of Excellence in Residential Design. William Saunders takes inOLINs rewilding of Mill River in the heart of Stamford, Connecticut.
In Interview, Kurt Fristrup, a senior scientist for the National Park Services Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division, discusses newly released sound maps of the United States; what virtual reality could mean for landscape architecture in Tech; and in Ecology, Norman DeFraeye, the supervisor for Torontos ravine and natural feature protection, walks a tough line for nature restoration in the middle of an urban center. And dont missour regularNow,Species,Goods,andBooks columns.
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Credits: Pardon His Progress, Patrick Pantano; The Serenity of Straight Lines, Robert Yu; Change the Channel, OLIN/Sahar Coston-Hardy; Field Recordings, National Park Service; Get Real, Dan Neubauer; The Ravine Keeper, DTAH.
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Posted in ECOLOGY, INTERVIEW, LAM MAGAZINE, NEW YORK CITY, RIVER RESTORATION, TECH | Tagged 2015 ASLA Professional Award, Award of Excellence, BRV, Bryant Park, Cedar Creek, Connecticut, Daniel Biederman, David Hocker, Hocker Design Group, Mill River, OLIN, Residential Design, Stamford | 1 Comment