SCAPE’s Kate Orff to take over GSAPP’s Urban Design Program

Kate Orff. (Courtesy SCAPE)

Kate Orff. (Courtesy SCAPE)

Kate Orff, the founder of SCAPE Landscape Architecture, will head up the Urban Design Program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.

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American Academy of Arts and Letters announces 2015 architecture awards

O'Donnell + Tuomey's Lewis Glucksman Gallery. (John Lord / Flickr)

O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Lewis Glucksman Gallery. (John Lord / Flickr)

A star-studded jury has selected the winners of the American Academy of Arts and Letters‘ 2015 architecture prizes. Elizabeth Diller (chairman), Henry N. Cobb, Peter Eisenman, Kenneth Frampton, Michael Graves, Richard Meier, Laurie Olin, Cesar Pelli, Billie Tsien, and Tod Williams chose the awardees from among 41 nominations.

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Rebuild By Design> SCAPE’s Living Breakwaters Transform Staten Island’s South Shore

Aerial view of SCAPE's living breakwaters. (Courtesy SCAPE)

Aerial view of SCAPE’s living breakwaters. (Courtesy SCAPE)

In early April, the ten finalists in the Rebuild By Design competition unveiled their proposals to protect the Tri-state region from the next Sandy. And in the near future, a jury will select a winner—or winners—to receive federal funding to pursue their plans. But before that final announcement is made, AN is taking a closer look at each of the final ten proposals. Here’s SCAPE‘s plan for Staten Island’s South Shore.

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