Source Books in Landscape Architecture 7 Explores Stoss and The CityDeck Project
Stoss Landscape Urbanism, the 7th volume of the Knowlton School's Source Books in Landscape Architecture series, explores the firm and The CityDeck project in Green Bay, Wisconsin though dialogue with Stoss principal Chris Reed, and highlights the influences and perspectives of several collaborators and colleagues including Scott Bishop, Associate Principal at Stoss, Charles Waldheim, Chair of the Landscape Architecture Department at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, and James J. Schmitt, Mayor of the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Additionally, essays contributed by Jane Amidon and John Dixon Hunt position the work both critically and contextually.
Stoss Landscape Urbanism is edited by Knowlton School Clinical Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Jason Kentner. The book, as well as all other volumes of the School’s Architecture and Landscape Architecture Source Books Series, is available for purchase from the Wexner Center Store.
The Source Books in Landscape Architecture series has, since its first edition, featured the work of some of the most significant and prolific voices in the contemporary practice of landscape architecture. In the first six editions, the series featured the works of Michael Van Valkenburgh, Ken Smith, Peter Walker, Grand Jones, Poalo Bürgi, and Tom Leader, with each edition capturing a seminal work or transformative moment in the careers of each.