Here’s the scoop
Chris Reed, Principal of Stoss Landscape Urbanism, sent us this post:
Had a great (and cold!) few days along the river. Our local partnersâ€”Bob Close and Brue Jacobson of Close Landscape Architecture and Kim Chapman of Applied Ecological Servicesâ€”hosted the team, who came from as far as Boston and Los Angeles.
The project is bigâ€”and longâ€”but the river has a certain intimacy here in Minneapolis. I think it\’s the islands and bridges, the lazy flow of the river, and the relatively short distance across (at least compared to stretches further south).
And the energy and good nature of the people we met was infectious! Incredibly warm, and with great hope and ambition for the city. High expectations, much to live up to . . .
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