American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One whose profession is the decorative and functional alteration and planting of grounds, especially at or around a building site.
- n. someone who arranges features of the landscape or garden attractively
“Beside the river is a six-acre park, designed by the noted landscape architect Paul Friedberg, which incorporates a variety of activities: a boardwalk and a boat dock at the water’s edge, a large lawn for public events, intimate gardens, and waterfalls and fountains, as well as hard surfaces near a historic structure that is turned into a restaurant pavilion, and new retail buildings that create a small festival marketplace.”
““Each one of these piers covers five acres,” my companion, landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh, tells me, “that’s the size of Bryant Park.””
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