Frederick Law Olmsted

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United States landscape architect primarily responsible for the design of Central Park in New York City (1822-1903)


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Located at the eastern end of Easton's Beach, “Beach Cottage” is one of five shingle-style homes—named the “Land Trust Cottages”—in a compound designed by Frederick Law Olmsted to maximize the exceptional views of Newport's famed Cliff Walk, situated across the beach from Easton's Point.
The grounds were designed by James Leal Greenleaf, a member of the Frederick Law Olmsted firm (creator of New York's Central Park), and Horatio Buckenham, who worked with Olmsted on many projects.
On the ridge, to the east of the cemetery, the noted landscape architect and urban planner Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.
influential landscape architects of the 19th and early 20th century such as Frederick Law Olmsted and his student Charles Eliot, advocated the creation of networks of urban parks connected to each other and, through river corridors, to green spaces beyond the boundaries of urban settlements.
Frederick Law Olmsted (April 26, 1822 - August 28, 1903) was an American journalist, social critic, public administrator, and landscape designer.
15 Opened in 1876, which feature of New York City was designed by landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux?
Consider Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect who designed New York City's Central Park among other groundbreaking projects.
Consider Frederick Law Olmsted, the 19th century landscape architect who sometimes is considered the father of that discipline.
GENIUS OF PLACE: THE LIFE OF FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED explores a man who has a reputation as a landscape architect, but is actually much more: a reformer and journalist, he championed the abolitionist cause to Northern and British audiences of the 1850s and 50s, and fostered civil rights as well as the creation of public spaces that preserved nature.
Working under Frederick Law Olmsted as a landscape architect, Eliot was inspired to protect natural landscapes, and soon developed his own ideas about how to conserve his favorite vacation spot.
When Frederick Law Olmsted created his grand vision for Central Park, it included a 'Grand Circle' at the Merchant's Gate--it's most important entrance," said Shabtai.
men like Frederick Law Olmsted or Robert Moses, or let us blame football
The Pond provides a picturesque respite (one of seven bodies of water designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux as part of their pastoral fantasy).
Frederick Law Olmsted, or "FLO," best known as the designer behind New York City's Central Park, may well be "the most important American historical figure that the average person knows least about," writes Justin Martin, author of Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted (Da Capo Press).