Landscape architect, urbanist, and artist Martha Schwartz has spent more than 35 years at the intersection of public realm, urban design, and site-specific art—creating major installations, gardens, civic spaces, and institutional, corporate, and regeneration projects around the world. As principal of Martha Schwartz Partners, her iconic and often provocative designs include the dramatic Fengming Mountain Park in Chongqing, China; Grand Canal Square, centerpiece of Dublin's renovated Docklands; and New Jersey's Winslow Farm Conservancy, a 600-acre site marrying art, agriculture, and reclamation. Her many honors include the Honorary Royal Designer for Industry Award, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award, and an ASLA Council of Fellows Award. A Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Schwartz lectures internationally on sustainable cities and the urban landscape.
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