Recycling Spaces: The Work of Martha Schwartz Partners

Through the work of landscape architects Martha Schwartz Partners Recycling Spaces examines the role of the designed landscape in answering some of the most difficult questions facing 21st century cities: How to breathe new life into dying city centers, how to create meaningful neighborhoods in rapidly growing urban areas, how to add economic and social value to depleted resource landscapes, and how to curate the evolution of healthy, vital, and sustainable urban centers.

By Emily Waugh

300 pages
Published by ORO Editions, 2012
Hardcover
8.5 x 10.5 inches




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