Please join us for the 10 That Changed America screening and panel discussion, Wednesday, March 30th.
Gas Works Park featured in The Seattle Times series Then and Now.
The Landscape Architecture of Richard Haag: From Modern Space to Urban Ecological Design by Thaisa Way in stores now! Interview with Thaisa Way featured in article by UW Today.
Check out our new ad in the Spring issue and support our friends at Arcade Magazine!
The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Garden Dialogue with Rich Haag at the Bloedel Reserve July 20 was a big success!
Check out our new ad in the Summer issue, edited by Thaisa Way, and support our friends at Arcade Magazine.
Shanghai’s Designer & Designing magazine interviews Rich Haag, the only Landscape Architect, in “Great Minds Discuss Ideas: Interview with Western Famed Architects”. Pick up Vol 62 to read the interview.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Pioneers of American Landscape Design prepares an Oral History Project with Rich Haag.
Activism Better City hosted a panel including Marga Rose Hancock, Dayna Dealy, David Brewster, Peter Steinbrueck, Paul Schell, Fred Bassetti, Gwen Bassetti and Rich Haag on April 26, 2013, University of Washington. Photo credit: Activism Better City.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation | LANDSLIDE Development plans threaten Haag’s Battelle Memorial Institute April 15, 2013. Image Credit: Marissa Natkin.
Landscape Architecture Magazine Review of Rich Haag’s keynote speech at the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) conference March 28, 2013.