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Joseph Yamada on Design: The Name Garrett Means a Lot

Joseph Yamada on Design: The Name Garrett Means a Lot

Hear how a college promise is fulfilled. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, July 2011. For more information about Joseph Yamada: http://tclf.org/pioneer/joseph-y-yamada sourceUCjigTej9Z12whLkAwgVgm8g
TCLF: Leading with Landscape Conference Presentation  – Setting the Stage I: Brendan Stewart

TCLF: Leading with Landscape Conference Presentation – Setting the Stage I: Brendan Stewart

Compelling and visionary designers and others examine Toronto’s international leadership in landscape architecture-based development. Provocative, headline-making speakers at this May 2015 conference in...
James van Sweden Biography: Determined to See Everything [3 of 8]

James van Sweden Biography: Determined to See Everything [3 of 8]

Study in the Netherlands after college was an opportunity to meet mentors, travel, and study urban design. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, August 2009. For more...
Richard Haag Biography: Getting the Call to Come to Seattle [9 of 9]

Richard Haag Biography: Getting the Call to Come to Seattle [9 of 9]

Learn how this was the perfect opportunity and why teaching and practice was what he wanted to do. sourceUCjigTej9Z12whLkAwgVgm8g
Transforming North Carolina's Research Triangle – Panel II: Kate Pearce and Adrienne Heflich

Transforming North Carolina's Research Triangle – Panel II: Kate Pearce and Adrienne Heflich

TCLF's latest conference, Leading with Landscape IV: Transforming North Carolina's Research Triangle, was held on April 13, 2018, at the James B. Hunt, Jr.,...
James van Sweden Projects: Chicago Botanic Garden

James van Sweden Projects: Chicago Botanic Garden

A painting by Helen Frankenthaler played a critical role in this design. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, August 2009. For more information about James van Sweden:...
Richard Haag on Design: Learning to Accept Change

Richard Haag on Design: Learning to Accept Change

Haag reflects on the dynamic nature of landscapes and how to safeguard your design's integrity. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, November 2004. For more information about...
Harriet Pattison on Design: Great Satisfactions in Landscapes [6 of 11]

Harriet Pattison on Design: Great Satisfactions in Landscapes [6 of 11]

Pattison says visiting great landscapes like France’s iconic Vaux-le-Vicomte is as exhilarating as climbing mountains in Maine. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, June 2015. For more...
The Office of Dan Kiley: Joe Karr Biography; Stanley White at the University of Illinois [1 of 4]

The Office of Dan Kiley: Joe Karr Biography; Stanley White at the University of...

Karr’s recollections about an influential professor who spurred his students’ creativity through seemingly random, but ultimately effective exercises. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, May...
Making Space within Place Conference - Setting the Stage: Peter Walker

Making Space within Place Conference – Setting the Stage: Peter Walker

TCLF's latest conference, Second Wave of Modernism IV: Making Space within Place, was held on October 4, 2019, in the Horchow Auditorium at the...