restricted access   Volume 31, Numbers 1-2, 2012

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

p. iv


pp. 1-3


From The Garden: Lawrence Halprin and the Modern Landscape

pp. 5-28

Lawrence Halprin & Associates, 1954: A Brief Memoir

pp. 29-32

A World in Motion: The Creative Synergy of Lawrence and Anna Halprin

pp. 33-52

A Field Guide to Form: Lawrence Halprin’s Ecological Engagement with The Sea Ranch

pp. 53-75

Replanting Freeway Park: Preserving a Masterpiece

pp. 77-99

Water Events: Flow and Collection in Skyline Park

pp. 101-116

Facilitation and/or Manipulation?: Lawrence Halprin and ‘Taking Part’

pp. 117-134

Scoring Collective Creativity and Legitimizing Participatory Design

pp. 135-143

The Public Struggle to Erect the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

pp. 145-159

The Choreography of Memory: Lawrence Halprin’s Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

pp. 161-182

The FDR Memorial Wheelchair Controversy and a ‘Taking Part’ Workshop Experience

pp. 183-197

Halprin in Israel

pp. 199-217

Lawrence Halprin: Another View

pp. 219-226


Conference Reviews


pp. 227-228

Beyond LEED: Regenerative Design

pp. 229-230

Finding Center: Landscape and Values

pp. 230-232

From The Sublime to Social Exclusion

pp. 232-233

Book Reviews

Managing Cultural Landscapes ed. by Ken Taylor and Jane L. Lennon (review)

pp. 234-236

My Kind of Countryside: Finding Design Principles in The Landscape by Roger G. Courtenay (review)

pp. 236-238

Graceland Cemetery: A Design History by Christopher Vernon (review)

pp. 238-240

The Garden Diary of Martha Turnbull, Mistress of Rosedown Plantation by Suzanne Turner (review)

pp. 240-242

The Complete House and Grounds: Learning from Andrew Jackson Downing’s Domestic Architecture by Caren Yglesias (review)

pp. 242-244