Gregory Lombardi designed this sidestreet garden for two back-to-back townhouses in Boston, MA. Photo: Eric Roth
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VOL. 14/NO. 3, May 2013
Table of Contents
Gregory Lombardi of Cambridge, MA, creates artful landscapes that will
be appreciated for generations to come.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
This month's feature showcases "green" product alternatives for exteriors.
Catching Up With Conservatories
Today's conservatory designs encompass a range of uses and materials.
By Gordon Bock
A New Perspective
Landscape architect Wade Weissmann designs an elegant folly for a Georgian Colonial
property in Nashville, TN.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
A Community Rebuilt
Following the devastation of Hurrican Katrina, Urban Design Associates
renews and improves the New Orleans, LA, neighborhood of Faubourg Lafitte.
By Nancy E. Berry
A once-neglected barn in Gwynedd Valley, PA, is transformed into a rustic
residence for the clients and their horses.
By Annabel Hsin
The Landscape Designs of Doyle Herman Design Associates, foreword by Mark Ferguson.
Reviewed by Lynne Lavelle
Preserving Our Collective Past
Preservation easements are an important legal tool for protecting historic building fabric.
By Jess Phelps
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