In an unpredictable world, where even five year plans come off as wildly arrogant or absurdly presumptuous, Kim Wilkie is a long-term thinker. “One hundred years, minimum,” he says of how far ahead he thinks.
Guerrilla planning, a spate of partnerships and a provocative, heartfelt vision transformed a stretch of derelict waterfront into Socrates Sculpture Park, a vital public arts scene now celebrating its 30th year.Read More
The Underline, a new public park in Miami, taps four of the city’s most revered artists for a series of installations.Read More
Call of the Wild An art-dealing family breaks through the privatized gallery structure with Domaine du Muy, a sprawling sculpture park in the South of France.Read More
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Thanks to Lily Kwong, a forest of 12,000 plants is populating a corner of the borough unaccustomed to such flora. Here, she sits down with the project’s architect, Marc Dizon, to talk.Read More
Landscape architect James Corner of Field Operations takes us behind the plantings to discuss the merits of a strategically controlled park experience.Read More
Combining ingenious architecture, performance venues and an outdoor sculpture park, Montana's Tippet Rise intends to set the cultural pace for the New West.Read More
Landscape architect Bernard Trainor brings his singular approach to foliage—and the occasional flower—to a swath of California’s coastline.Read More
Taking a page from Luciano Giubbilei’s new book, Lily Kwong slows down in order to catch up with one of the world’s most thoughtful landscape designers.Read More
With a new exhibition of his drawings at Hauser & Wirth Somerset—where he also designed the gardens—we get to know Piet Oudolf the artist.Read More
In his teens, he flirted with professional windsurfing. While his pursuits are now rooted in the ground, landscape designer Nathan Browning has definitely caught a wave.Read More