„IF WOMEN BUILT CITIES“ WINS
Every year LAM honors two articles that stand out in the realm of landscape architecture with the Bradford Williams Medal—one that has appeared in LAM, and one from outside the magazine. For the 2015 medals, articles from the 2014 calendar period were nominated by LAM’s Editorial Advisory Committee and then were narrowed to two winners from the nominees.
Earlier we announced Mimi Zeiger’s „Fresno v. Eckbo“ as the winner for an article in LAM, from December 2014. Today we’re proud to announce Susanna Rustin, a feature writer at The Guardian, as the winner for an article outside of LAM for her December 2014 story „If Women Built Cities, What Would Our Urban Landscape Look Like?“ Rustin’s article focuses on the need for diversity, particularly women, among those who shape the…
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