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Olmsted's landscape-architect sons extended his vision from Baltimore to Seattle, but no one has come along in 100 years to redream the American landscape as epically as he did.
The citizen of Washington had till lately often forgotten that the magnificent perspectives of his city are due to the French landscape-architect (Major L'Enfant) whom Washington imported for the express purpose of laying out his capital; yet it is no less clear that this most magnificent of the New World city plans is derived from Old
If one can employ a landscape-architect, all very well; but the most of us cannot, and after all, the true landscape-architect, the artist gardener, works on this principle and seeks to convey into every garden distinctively the soul of the household for which it springs and flowers.
This came professionally from a landscape-architect, Miss Frances Bullard, of
Alongside Cameron will be celebrated landscape-architect, Corbusier scholar and founder of the Maggie's Centres, Charles Jencks, founding partner of the Dutch leading architectural practice MVRDV, Winy Maas and Sean Griffiths of FAT Architecture.
This is to be co-curated by Nicholas Bonner, an English landscape-architect and film producer based in Beijing, who also runs the leading DPRK travel agency, "Koryo Tours", and who has amassed the most significant collection of contemporary art from North Korea.