The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Gilles Clement

All new episode of The Landscape Architecture Podcast just released! In this episode, Rennie Tang interviews Gilles Clement a French gardener, garden designer, botanist, entomologist and writer. Listen to the new episode here: https://www.larchitect.org/gilles-clement

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10 Oldest Historic Log Cabins and Houses

Oldest Historic Log Cabins and Houses Mortonson Van Leer Log Cabin

Did you know that some of the oldest wooden cabins and houses date all the way back to the 17th century?  While some of the cabins and houses have had sections renovated or restored for one reason or another, most of the cabins and houses are still utilizing their original wood.  So, without further ado,…

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The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Catherine Mosbach

Presenting a brand new episode of The Landscape Architect podcast! In this episode, Rennie Tang interviews Catherine Mosbach, the founder of Paris-based design firm mosbach paysagiste, which she established in 1987, as well as the magazine Pages Paysages, which she co-founded with Marc Claramunt, Pascale Jacotot and Vincent Tricaud. Listen to the new episode here: https://www.larchitect.org/catherine-mosbach

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The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Julian Raxworthy

The Landscape Architecture Podcast

All new episode of The Landscape Architecture Podcast just released. In this episode, Raxworthy discusses the call for the integration of landscape architecture and gardening.  He believes landscape architecture can design beautiful spaces, and gardening can enhance and deepen the beauty of garden environments over time. Listen to the new episode here: https://www.larchitect.org/julian-raxworthy

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The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Thierry Kandjee & Sebastien Penfornis

Presenting a brand new episode of The Landscape Architect podcast! Thierry KANDJEE is a landscape architect, in charge of taktyk Brussels and Chair of Landscape in the Architecture Faculty La Cambre Horta. His practice based research investigated how to design landscape skeletons as a model of/for robust landscapes. Sébastien PENFORNIS is an architect and urban designer…

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5 Largest Things to Ever be Shipped

American Pole & Timber is no stranger to shipping oversized timber products across the United States and overseas.  That’s why we thought it’d be great to share some of the largest things ever shipped.  Without further introduction, take a look at 5 of the largest things ever shipped overseas. 5. Nuclear Submarines Via defensetech.org While…

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The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Claire Latané

An all new episode of The Landscape Architecture Podcast is out now! What would a school look like if it was designed with mental health in mind? Too many public schools look and feel like prisons, designed out of fear of vandalism and truancy. But we know that nurturing environments are better for learning. Research…

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The Landscape Architecture Podcast: Annie “Guns” Bergelin

A brand new episode of the The Landscape Architecture Podcast is here! This episode is brought to you by American Pole and Timber.  In this episode of the Landscape Architecture podcast the crew hikes the Appalachian Trail. Listen to the new episode here: https://www.larchitect.org/annie-guns-bergelin

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5 Fascinating Weapons Made Out of Wood

In a world where wars are fought with modern technology and militaries, sometimes the interesting and unique weapons of our past can be forgotten.  We put together a list of weapons that are not only unique, but are commonly made from wood.  Without a further ado, take a look at 5 of the most fascinating…

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