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American Society of Landscape Architects

A water wall that includes the names of the September 11 victims is part of a proposed World Trade Center memorial.
Drawing by James Wines

Invisible Barriers

After getting by for too long with makeshift security arrangements at the Washington Monument, the National Park Service has embarked on a plan to do something more permanent—and more dignified
By Vernon Mays
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Changing the Guard

A new design for "America's Main Street" removes the clutter of makeshift security
By Benjamin Forgey
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Epic Stones

Winner of a 2001 Aga Khan Architectural Award, this Tehran park marries traditional stone masonry with visionary park planning
By Cyrus R. Sabri and Patrick Miller, FASLA
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