Ken Smith at the Gardner Museum

 Recently, Ken Smith (MLA ‘86), a New York-based landscape architect known for his work on synthetic landscapes, discussed some of his projects at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Charles Waldheim (chair of the department of landscape architecture) introduced him as “a singularity:” he has a keenness for transforming underused urban spaces into more dynamic ones. Read Jen Saura’s article in the LOEBlog.