…. Gellerson for The New York Times Major works of landscape architecture are rarely moved, but when they do relocate the process raises all kinds of questions, not just about logistics like who is going to pay for the trucks, but also about how the forms interact in a changed space. Zimmerman said her goal was to preserve the granite shapes of the… given a choice of eight different sites on the university’s 84-acre campus, which was designated as an arboretum two decades ago, and whose initial design, though largely unfulfilled, was drawn up by the landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Rasmussen, who toured the campus with her, said he was skeptical of Zimmerman’s top pick at…


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