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TBG in Landscape Architecture Magazine — April ’19 Issue

Catherine Saunders

April, at least in the landscape architecture realm, is known as World Landscape Architecture Month. The idea is that all month long, across social media, landscape architects and their firms share their contributions to the built environment, raising awareness about the impacts that landscape architecture has on people’s lives.

We’re so excited to be featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine’s April issue (which is free this month to celebrate World Landscape Architecture Month).

You can access the full issue here.

The article, written by Kim O’Connell, highlights the impact that pop-up tactical urbanism and park projects have on the ways that we think about creating public space in our cities. Our project, the Magnolia MicroPark in Fort Worth (page 91) has actually impacted the way that the City of Fort Worth allows for park development.

Click here to read all about the impact it’s had!

To read the full article that we’re featured in, you can click here.