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Posted 03.05.10 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Ken McCown: Designed Landscapes



Salk Side Court
A detail of the light in one of the side courts at the Salk Institute by Louis Kahn, in La Jolla. The hazy light brought out all of the patina in the concrete walls.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Designed Landscapes
A portfolio of photographs of designed structures and landscapes — from La Jolla to Marfa, from Hadrian's Villa to Storm King — by landscape architecture professor Ken McCown.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ken McCown is director of the Downtown Design Center at the School of Architecture at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada.
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