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Posted 06.29.10 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Nicholas Pevzner and Sanjukta Sen: Preparing Ground: An Interview with Anuradha Mathur + Dilip da Cunha



Engineered Curves, screenprint on paper (left), and line drawing of the Greenville Bends, which the Army Corps of Engineers sought to cut off in their efforts to straighten the Mississippi (right). Click image to enlarge.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Preparing Ground: An Interview with Anuradha Mathur + Dilip da Cunha
On Places, an interview with landscape architects Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, focusing on projects from the Mississippi to Mumbai.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Nicholas Pevzner is trained in architecture and landscape architecture; he is a designer at Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates in New York City.
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Sanjukta Sen is a designer at James Corner Field Operations in New York and a lecturer in landscape architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
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