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Media in Modern Day Landscape Architecture


Founded in 1910, Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) is the monthly magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects. It is the magazine of record for the landscape architecture profession in North America, reaching more than 60,000 readers who plan and design projects valued at more than $140 billion each year. LAM is available in both print and digital formats by subscription and may also be found each month in more than 700 bookstores across the United States and Canada.


DeepRoot has launched a new podcast called Remarkable Objects about the intersection of nature and the urban environment. Each episode of the eight-show season will be an interview with someone working in this field. The host, Leda Marritz, will talk to them about their work and experience, and discuss what it means for the future of cities.


Roots of Design is a podcast about how the world is designed, with some of the people doing the designing. This Landscape Architecture Podcast is produced by the American Society of Landscape Architect's New York Chapter.


The Dirt, a blog from the American Society of Landscape Architects, providers landscape architecture, sustainability and environmental news.


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Although not design based, but relevant to Alaska, Alaska Public Media has a weekly sample of an Alaskan's Story. Just as much as people have shaped parts of the Alaskan Landscape, the Landscape of Alaska has also shaped its people. Tune in for a little bit more context into the great 49th state of Alaska.


Although not Landscape Architecture specific, this show focuses on a single topic or example of design often including interviews with architects, experts, or people who have been influenced by the design. The show's name is taken from a quote by Buckminster Fuller: "Ninety-nine percent of who you are is invisible and untouchable." Its goal is to expose the unseen and overlooked aspects of design, architecture, and activity in the world.

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