The founder and president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, Charles Birnbaum analyzes how landscape architect Lawrence Halprin created public spaces that galvanized cities. “There are many practitioners I am fortunate to count as friends,” he says. “The person I miss daily is Larry Halprin, a visionary with a wide comfort zone who took a great big bite out of life.”

Favorite outdoor space: “The Frick’s East 70th Street Garden by Russell Page—it’s a master class in restraint.”  Search “charles birnbaum future landscape architecture” from Meet the Faces Behind Our Outdoor Issue

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The founder and president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, Charles Birnbaum analyzes how landscape architect Lawrence Halprin created public spaces that galvanized cities. “There are many practitioners I am fortunate to count as friends,” he says. “The person I miss daily is Larry Halprin, a visionary with a wide comfort zone who took a great big bite out of life.”

Favorite outdoor space: “The Frick’s East 70th Street Garden by Russell Page—it’s a master class in restraint.”

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