I began this blog in Fall 2010 as I developed my thesis for University of Virginia’s Master of Landscape Architecture program. I completed my project in May 2011, and as you may notice, the posts have slowed down considerably since then!
If you are interested in Pruitt-Igoe, I hope that you will find this blog a useful resource – and I hope that you are entering in the Pruitt-Igoe Now competition !
I hope to continue to use this space to share my explorations of urban cultural landscapes, but posts will probably be less frequent from here on out.
I hope you will check out my new project, Quorum Magazine, an online project about architecture, landscape architecture, and the theoretical background that the two disciplines share.
For more information on Framing a Modern Mess, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org