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Richard Haag Projects: Bloedel Reserve – Working with Prentice Bloedel

What began as a commission to finish a Thomas Church design led to other projects at Bloedel. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, November 2004. For more...

Laurie Olin on the History and Design of Columbus Circle

Olin shares how early plans from the 1980s and 1990s informed the final design. These clips are extended, uncut interviews with landscape architect Laurie...

Harriet Pattison Biography: Europe [8 of 13]

While traveling through Europe, Pattison by chance attends the coronation of England’s Queen Elizabeth II. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, June 2015. For more information about...

Landslide 2020: Women Take the Lead – Sara Zewde on her journey to landscape architecture

Sara Zewde says growing up in Louisiana where virtually every part of daily life takes place in public space was the beginning of her...

James van Sweden Biography: Born to Be an Architect [2 of 8]

College experiences nurtured an interest in architecture and later provided the catalyst to pursue landscape architecture. Interviewed by Charles A. Birnbaum, August 2009. For more information...

Landslide 2020: Women Take the Lead – Martha Schwartz and Peter Walker on Children’s Park and Pond

The only project designed by landscape architect Martha Schwartz in collaboration with her then husband landscape architect Peter Walker is a park in downtown...

Preview of TCLF's Harriet Pattison Oral History: Meeting Louis Kahn

Landscape Architect Harriet Pattison describes first meeting architect Louis Kahn while an art student at Yale University. Pattison and Kahn would later collaborate...

Robert Royston Biography: Becoming a Landscape Architect [2 of 7]

Intrigued by the landscape architecture program at the University of California, Berkeley, Royston meets with university professor John Gregg, who influences the course of...

Closing Remarks

Moderators Joeb Moore, Thaisa Way and Bradford McKee summarize the ideas and share their observations of the day. Charles Birnbaum thanks all who contributed...