This episode was originally broadcast in March 2006.
James Corner, landscape architect and urban designer, is the founder and director of Field Operations in New York City and a previous chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture at PennDesign. He is also the author of Taking Measures across the American Landscape with photographer Alex McLean and the editor of Recovering Landscape - Essays in Contemporary Landscape Architecture.
Here, Corner discusses his evolution as a landscape architect, his relationship with Ian McHarg as well as his role on the Freshkills Park and the High Line projects in New York.
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