About

Alice Webb, PLA, ASLA, is the author of this blog and the owner of EarthDesign Landscape Architecture LLC in Worcester, Massachusetts. She has been practicing landscape architecture for over 25 years, and started her own business in 2005. EarthDesign is on Facebook and Twitter, and the company’s website is www.edlandarch.com. Alice also enjoys travel and photography, and has taken most of the photos for this blog.

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. louise

    very informative and well illustrated blog! Glad I found it.
    Hope to meet you in the near future, Alice.
    Central Mass
    Louise

  2. Wonderful blog. Would love to see a post about Peabody Square, with its new public art, a redesigned Ashmont T Station, a summer farmers’ market, bike racks, etc.; or the Talbot Norfolk Triangle Greenspace Master Plan–an ongoing plan for development of parks, playgrounds and gardens made via community consensus. Both in Dorchester.

    We’ve had the pleasure to welcome researchers from Clark U to Dorchester recently–they come directly out of the Human Environmental Research Observatory and have been doing focus groups on people-neighborhood-environment-amenities-etc.

  3. Daniel Kratochvil

    Hello. I have been looking at the following image for about 20 minutes: “Cut-outs in a small panel (viewed through a scope) on New York City’s High Line transform this view of buildings into abstract shapes.” I have never seen anything like it — it’s wonderful. I would love to see it fill up a wall in a gallery! Could you enlighten us on the process and whether anything more of this type is forthcoming?

    1. I love that art piece too, but I don’t know whether it’s still there, since art installations on the High Line are often temporary. Unfortunately I don’t recall the name of the artist, and haven’t had success finding info on this piece though searches online. Sorry that I’m unable to answer your questions!

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