jan 10, 2012
Urban Design to Brazil
Kate Orff is off to Brazil this week as part of the urban design studio teaching team at Columbia UniversityREAD MORE
dec 9, 2011
Topos Mag on Gateway
Topos International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design features Kate Orff's latest bookREAD MORE
dec 6, 2011
New York Times on Gateway
New York Times Bookshelf / December 2, 2011
GATEWAY - Visions for an Urban National Park
nov 1, 2011
Check Out Planting Progress @ BPCCC !
planting at Battery Park City Community Center is currently underwayREAD MORE
SCAPE / RISING CURRENTS featured in New York Times
jan 11, 2010
ARCHITECTS PLAN 'AMPHIBIOUS LANDSCAPE' FOR NEW YORK CITY
By NATHANIAL GRONEWOLD of ClimateWire
Published: January 11, 2010
What would New York's waterfront look like after a sea level rise of 2 feet or more?
Most officials paint a nightmare scenario -- huge swaths of expensive real estate permanently flooded, with frequent storms and the resultant storm surge routinely forcing mass evacuations every few years. But several architects are now painting a more positive picture, and their visions for a post-climate-change new New York have city planners interested...
continue reading "Architects Plan 'Amphibious Landscape' for New York City" at NYTimes.com