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Mixed Media
GINA FORD, FASLA, wants me to know that she was asked to get on Twitter. It was early 2011, and the marketing team at Sasaki, where Ford was a principal at the time, felt that the firm needed to be more active on social media and also needed a fresh
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A Monumental Task
In 2017, Karyn Olivier, a Philadelphia-based artist and associate professor of sculpture at Temple University, wrapped a 20-foot-high monument to a minor Revolutionary War battle in her neighborhood park in mirrored acrylic. It reflected back the ima
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AMANDA SILVANA COEN, ASLA, (“The Road from Inhotim,” page 98) is a landscape designer and a recipient of the 2019 Deborah J. Norden Fund from the Architectural League of New York. You can follow her on Instagram @amandacoen. “The people I met through