Jared Green

Architype presentsDiana Balmori: “The Important Thing Is the Space”
In a talk at the National Building Museum, Spanish-born Diana Balmori, FASLA, a leading landscape designer famous for both her projects in Spain and the U.S., made the case......
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The Next Wave of Modernism: Healing Urban Landscapes
“The first wave of modernism was about beauty and sensuality, but the second wave may be about confrontation – confronting the mistakes of the past,” said Brad McKee, Editor,......
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How to Design a Bicycle City
Washington, D.C. has moved from the bottom of the rankings to being a top 10 bicycle-friendly city in just ten years. A group of experts, including Jim Sebastian, Washington,......
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Jared Green is Web Content and Strategy Manager at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). He is editor of The Dirt blog, a Planetizen top 10 Web site, and producer of ASLA’s sustainability toolkit, resources guides, and interview series with leading designers and sustainability thought-leaders. Previously, Green worked for the World Bank, Asia Society, and other non-profits to create free web-based resources and toolkits. Green is also active in ideas and design competitions and recently served as a judge for the World Bank’s Development Marketplace, Stanford University’s Social e-Challenge, and the Intel Challenge.


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