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The latest issue of LA+, PennDesign’s critically acclaimed interdisciplinary journal, considers landscape architecture’s complicated relationship to pleasure, exploring the concept through art and design, science, philosophy, sociology, his
The gantry and beach provided an access point to North Brother Island. The smokestacks are the most visible built fabric from the Bronx shore. Photo by Andrea Haley.

The gantry and beach provided an access point to North Brother Island. The smokestacks are the most visible built fabric from the Bronx shore. Photo by Andrea Haley.

Even as the Spring semester is now in full swing, work from the Fall is not forgotten. Yimei Zhang (HSPV/CPLN '16) writes about a site visit to North Brother Island for Fall HSPV Studio 701.
Poster for "The City That Never Was"
A new book from Chris Marcinkoski, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, considers what happens when urbanization activities are out of
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Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of The World) was the title of the world’s first atlas, produced in 16th-century Antwerp.
Open magazine with article titled 'What is Pleasure?'
This month sees the publication of LA+ PLEASURE, the second issue of the ambitious new journal of landscape architecture from PennDesign.
Rendering of cityscape design
Last week the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority of Western Australia delivered the city of Perth a major new landmark with the opening of Elizabeth Quay, a much-anticipated waterfront redevelopment project that PennDesign Landscape Architecture Chair
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Photograph by Leigh Carmichael, courtesy of Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia.

The new issue of LA+, PennDesign’s critically acclaimed interdisciplinary journal of landscape architecture, reminds readers of landscape architecture’s complicated relationship to the theme of pleasure, exploring the concept through art and design, science, philosophy, sociology, histor
The main entrance to the MAXXI.

The main entrance to the MAXXI.

Roma 20-25: New Life Cycles for the Metropolis is a look into the future city of Rome as imagined by architectural students from 25 Italian and foreign universities.
The Evolving Architecture of Pleasure. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas
The new issue of LA+, PennDesign’s critically acclaimed interdisciplinary journal of landscape architecture, reminds readers of landscape architecture’s complicated relationship to the theme of pleasure, exploring the concept through art and design, science, philosophy, sociology,
VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/145137677 On the occasion of the release of their latest book, Public Natures: Evolutionary Infrastructures (Princeton Architectural Press, 2015), PennDesign Graham Chair Professor of Architecture Marion Weiss and partner Michael Manfredi discuss their work as partners at WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism.
Chris Marcinkoski
PennDesign Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Chris Marcinkoski and PORT Urbanism Co-founder Andrew Moddrell were selected as Artists-in-Residence for 2015 

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