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Historic Fourth Ward Park

7 New Case Studies Published

The recently published Case Study Briefs include two premier riverfront parks, a SITES-certified heritage site, and – a first for our case study library – a pop-up park and restaurant. The projects demonstrate the transformative power of public spaces as well as innovative design strategies related to adaptive reuse, temporariness, and resilient stormwater management and flood protection. In fact, both Hunter’s Point South and Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park were tested by extreme events that occurred during their construction.

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Apply for the 2019 Case Study Investigation Program

The Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Case Study Investigation (CSI) program is a unique research collaboration that pairs LAF-funded faculty-student research teams and designers to assess and document the impacts of exemplary landscape projects. Teams develop methods to quantify environmental, social, and economic benefits and produce Case Study Briefs for the Landscape Performance Series.

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Help build the LPS: Find out how to submit a case study and other ways to contribute.