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Canada · Selected Publications

2016

Martha Uniacke Breen, “A Sum Greater than Its Parts: When math professors redesign a downtown loft.” National Post, 30 March 2016.

Lisa Rapoport, et al., “What to Do with Old City Hall?”, Spacing (Winter 2016): 8–9

2015

Graham MacInnes (coordinator), “Costs and Benefits: Bang for Your Buck.” (Vermont Square Park and Vernon Avenue backyard garden featured). Ground 31, (Fall 2015): 16–19.

John Bentley Mays, “Circling the Square”, Canadian Architect, June 2015

Susan Smith, “An Adventure Outdoors”, The Globe and Mail, 22 May 2015.

2014

Chris Pommer, “Agora | Theatre: La revitalisation du nathan phillips square à Toronto.” in La sauvegarde de l’architecture moderne, edited by France Vanlaethem and Marie-Josée Therrien, p. 283–290. Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2014.

Patricia Williams, “PLANT Sets Roots for Kew Gardens Transformation”, Daily Commercial News, 30 September 2014

“Class Notes.” Waterloo Engineering Alumni Letter, no. 60 (September 2014)

Patricia Williams, “Stratford Looks at Revitalized Market Square”, Daily Commercial News, 7 July 2014

Jon Muldoon, “Plans for Kew Get Public View”, Beach Metro, 24 June 2014.

Lisa Rapoport, “Walking as Reproduction”, On Site Review issue 31, (Spring 2014): 22–25.

2013

Canadian Firefighters Memorial, Ottawa, Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation, 2013

Kelvin Browne, “Plant Architect’s Smart Design is an Appeal to Our Better Nature”, National Post, 10 August 2013

Carolyn Ireland, “Moving Up Rather Than Moving Out”, The Globe and Mail, 25 July 2013

Martha Uniacke Breen and Shari Kulha, “Outdoors to adore: Plant Architect’s landscape design for Baby Point home shows you really can have it all”, National Post, 21 June 2013

Barbara Turnbull, “Modern Home Tours Offer a Chance to See Inside Toronto’s Contemporary Architecture”, Toronto Star, 6 June 2013

Vanessa Eickhoff, “Hidden Stratum”, On Site, Vol. 29, Spring 2013

Vanessa Eickhoff and Mary Tremain, “Building the Canadian Firefighters Memorial”, Construction Canada, Vol. 55, No. 4, May 2013

Lisa Rapoport, “Lenticular Curtain”, Landscapes/Paysages, Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring 2013

“Look Both Ways – Cityscape”, NOW, 4–10 April 2013

Jeff Heuchert, “Market Square Proponents Excited for Future”, Stratford Gazette, March 2013

2012

Alex Bozikovic, “How to merge contemporary design with an Arts and Crafts heritage”, The Globe and Mail, 14 December 2012

Lorraine Johnson, “Flow of Memory”, Canadian Architect, November 2012

Carolyn Ireland, “New Shapes in Back Yards”, The Globe and Mail, 24 August 2012

Nelda Rodger, “The Venice Architecture Biennale Goes Open Source”, Azure, 23 August 2012

“CSLA Awards”, Ground: Landscape Architect Quarterly, Issue 18, Summer 2012

Carolyn Ireland, “Dishing Up a Green Oasis at a Former Ice-Cream Factory”, The Globe and Mail, 20 July 2012

David Dick-Agnew, “Transforming Public Space with Art”, Azure, 18 July 2012

Ashley Mclellan, “Common Ground: Hole-in-One”, Canadian Art, 12 July 2012

Janek Lowe, “New Exhibit Brings Art to the Streets of Galt”, The Record, 8 July 2012

Victoria Ford, “Common Ground more than just art”, Cambridge Times, 27 June 2012

“Memory, Design and the Creation if Ceremonially Inspired Landscapes”, Courage, Vol. 7, April 2012

Alex Bozikovic, “Great Spaces: Taking Care of Business”, Toronto Life, April 2012

2011

Carolyn Ireland, “How to Avoid Overexposure”, The Globe and Mail, 4 November 2011

Miranda Corcoran, Lisa Rapoport of PLANT Architect Inc., DX Blog, October 2011

Alex Bozikovic, “Great Spaces: An Aussie expat takes a sledgehammer to her Creemore farmhouse”, Toronto Life, August 2011

“Farmhouse addition adds a modern touch” , The Globe and Mail, 21 July 2011

“The Regionals/Les Prix Regioneaus” Landscapes, Summer 2011

Edward Keenan, “Top 100 Public Spaces – Nathan Phillips Square” Spacing, Summer 2011

“Douglas Coupland/Plant Architect team wins Canadian Firefighters Memorial competition” Building, Dec/Jan 2010/11

2010

“Best of Canada – Paperstone Scissors”, Canadian Interiors, Fall 2010

Alex Bozikovic, “Home on the Range” Toronto Life, August 2010

Kathryn Hayward, “This City” Toronto Life, August 2010

Stanley Collyer, “A Worthy Tribute to Local Veterans in Middle America” Competition Magazine, Summer 2010

“Dublin Grounds of Remembrance Veterans Park” Landscape Passages – 2010 Awards of Excellence, Summer 2010

Anne Dickens, “King+Spadina” The Insider, DesignLines, Summer 2010

Rob Roberts, “City Hall Renovates its Basement” National Post, April 2010

CityNews.ca Staff, “$42 million Facelift for Nathan Phillips Square” CityTV.com, April 2010

Dave Nickle, “Nathan Phillips Square will get facelift after 50 years” InsideToronto.com, April 2010

Kelly Grant, “Work to begin on $42.7 million makeover...” The Globe & Mail, 09 April 2010

Antonella Artuso, “Facelift for 'shabby' Nathan Phillips” Toronto Sun, 09 April 2010

Alex Bozikovic, “A Walk to Remember” AZURE, March/April 2010

Ian Chodikoff, “Viewpoint” Canadian Architect, February 2010

Nicole Bruun-Meyer, “Parking Paradise” Spacing Toronto, Winter 2010

2009

“Boustrophedon Garden, Landscape Design” Canadian Interiors, Fall 2009

“Boustrophedon Garden CSLA Merit Award” Ground 06, Summer 2009

Denise Balkissoon et al, “Best of the City” Toronto Life, August 2009

Martin Julien and Brian Quirt, “Blue Note” Canadian Theatre Review, 2009

“Footes Pond Wood” Wood Design & Building, Summer 2009

“PLANTing Creativity in the Square” Waterloo Engineering Alumni Letter, Summer 2009

The Design Exchange, “Footes Pond Wood” DX, 2009

Deborah A. Metsger, “Watching the Garden Grow” ROM, Spring 2009

2008

Lloyd Alter, “Room With a View” AZURE, October 2008

Pierre Thibault, ed, Jardins Ephemères/Ephemeral Gardens, pp. 12–15, Ephemeral Gardens, 2008

Jon Kaplan, “Hitting the Right Note”, NOW Magazine, 22 September 2008

Lisa Rapoport , “Architecture at Harbourfront”, TSA Newsletter, Summer 2008

Lindsey Lowy, “Tropical Punch”, Canadian House and Home, May 2008

Mark Medley, “How does her garden grow?” National Post, 21 June 2008 link>

Matthew Hague, “ROM rooftop garden preview” Spacing Toronto, 18 June 2008 link>

Alex Bozikovic, “A rooftop garden fit for a philanthropist” The Globe & Mail, 17 May 2008 link>

Marjorie Harris, “Larger Than Life” Gardening Life, Spring 2008

Carolyn Leitch, “An Inside Focused Outside” The Globe and Mail, 11 January 2008 link>


2007

Awards Issue: Canadian Architect, December 2007

Emily Norris, “Modern Treehouse” Gardening Life, Summer 2007

Lesley Johnston. ed, HYBRIDS: Reshaping the Contemporary Garden in Metis, p.130-133, Blue Imprint, 2007

Sheri Craig, “Best of Canada Design Competition” Canada Interiors, July/August 2007.

Lisa Rapoport, “Greener P” TSA Newsletter, Summer 2007

Terry Pender, “Squaring Off Over Design”; Kitchener Waterloo Record, 30 June 2007

David Steiner, “Back to Square One” AZURE, June 2007

Kelvin Browne, “Making an Entrance” AZURE, June 2007

Ian Chodikoff, “Editorial + Announcement” Canadian Architect, April 2007

John Barber, “Changes for the ‘great play space’”, The Globe and Mail, 21 February 2007

Rob Granatstein, “Making it hip to be square”, Toronto Sun, 21 February 2007

James Cowan, “Visions of the final four”, National Post, 21 February 2007

Christopher Hume, “Squaring the future of Nathan Phillips”, Toronto Star, 21 February 2007

Carolyn Leitch, “Creating a matchless kitchen”, The Globe and Mail, 9 February 2007

2006

Kelvin Browne, “Subtlety, simplicity define Branch”, National Post, 10 August 2006

Ian Chodikioff, “Banff Session 2006: New Modes of Practice”, Canadian Architect, May 2006

Trevor Boddy, “Banff Session 2006: Pastoral Inclinations”, Canadian Architect, May 2006

Marjorie Harris, “Open Concept”, Gardening Life, May 2006

Elaine Carey, “Changing colours define garden”, The Toronto Star, 11 February 2006

Elaine Carey, “Apartment yard redesign ties into adjoining ravine”, The Toronto Star, 14 January 2006

2005

Elaine Carey, “Garage rebuilt to open up living space”, The Toronto Star, 3 December 2005

Carolyn Leitch, “A Backyard That Stands Front and Centre”, The Globe & Mail, 4 November 2005

Ian Chodikoff, “Ground Plane”, Canadian Architect, July 2005 link>

Marjorie Harris, “A Room That Renews”, The Globe & Mail, 2 July 2005 link>

Kathryn Hayward, “Pastoral Suite”, Saturday Night, Summer 2005

Tim McKeough, “This chair really rocks”, The Globe & Mail, 21 May 2005 link>

Kelvin Browne, “un_seated explores the concept of chairs”, National Post, 12 May 2005

Craille Maguire Gillies, “Reinventing the Garden”, EnRoute, April 2005

Lisa Rapoport, “Pedestrian Landscapes: Why do they have to be so pedestrian?”, TSA Newsletter, Winter 2005

Jessica Johnson & Sheree-Lee Olson, “From whimsical wall coverings to questionable couture, we look back at the best and worst of 2004”, Globe and Mail, 1 January 2005
Plant Architect Inc.'s lovely installation at the 2004 Interior Design Show, called Conversation Piece, reminded us where the heart of the home is. Hint: It's not the media room.” link>

2004

Jordan MacInnis, “PLANT Architect Inc.”, Designlines / AZURE, Fall 2004

Amy Verner, “Wealth management”, Canadian House and Home, June 2004

Jordan MacInnis, “Delivering the Goods”, AZURE, May/June 2004

Mara Subotincic, “2004 IDS best in show”, Style at Home, May 2004

Julie Allin, “Toronto the bene”, Canadian Interiors, March/April 2004

Jane Gadd, “Hot stuff: New design spices up tired kitchen”, Globe and Mail, 19 March 2004

Alex Newman, “A few stars shine at Design Show”, Toronto Star, 19 February 2004
“The possibilities for interaction – and for dreaminess – are endless in a place such as this. … Think Chekhov in Muskoka and you get the idea.”

Tralee Pearce, “Money can't buy you love”, Globe and Mail, 14 February 2004

Danny Sinopoli, “The Next Wave: Who’s Who”, Gardening Life, January/February 2004

2003

Aurora, Milan Triennale, April 2003, Real-Time Gallery, Toronto, Summer 2003.

Andrew King, Jocelyne Belisle, Lawrence Eisler, Building/art pp 68–71, University of Calgary Press, 2003

“Wells Street Bathroom”, Wood Design and Building, #26 Winter 2003

Nyla Matuk, “Garden of Earthly Distortions”, Canadian Architect, October 2003

Kenneth Hayes, “Nature Talk”, AZURE, September/October 2003

“Green Talk: People”, Gardening Life, August/September 2003

Katherine Ashenburg, “Green Peace”, Toronto Life, August 2003

Marjorie Harris, “Three Outdoor Rooms for Summer”, Globe and Mail, 2 August 2003

“Tranby Garden Award” Perspectives, Summer 2003

Craig MacBride, “An Exploration of Landscape”, Oakville Beaver, 11 July, 2003

Elaine Hujer “Savour Inventive Conversation of Views” The Hamilton Spectator, 5 July 2003

Kenneth Hayes, PLANT: Conversation of Views, Oakville Galleries, 2003

“A Tiny Toronto Backyard Transformed” and “Tranby Garden Wins Accolades”,
The Globe & Mail, 9 May 2003

Sarah Murdoch, “Next to Nature”, House & Home, May 2003

Melanie Chambers, “Canadians Remake Milan” AZURE, Mar/Apr 2003

ElaineHujer “Savour Inventive Conversation of Views” The Hamilton Spectator, July 5, 2003

2002

Georgie Binks, “Makeover the Patient Way”, The National Post, 7 September 2002

Rachel Gotlieb, New Landscape: Design Transforms Canadian Furniture, p18, Design Exchange 2002

Tralee Pearce, “The Paper Chaise: reduce, reuse, recline”, The Globe & Mail, 9 February 2002

News spot: Superlegible furniture, Fashion Television the Channel, February 2002

2001

Hubert Beringer, Chambres Vertes/Garden Rooms, pp. 28-34, Metis, 2001
“Le Jardin du repos follows in the tradition of arranging a garden to provide definite viewpoints, a technique generally reserved for larger-scale projects but here adapted to the domestic scale. Through this game of transposition, it draws visitors’ attention to the potential for relation and sensory pleasures that this variety of viewpoints can bring even in a small space.”

Beth Kapusta, “Urban Offshoots” AZURE, September/October, 2001
The strength of the design lies in their solid architectural frameworks made to accommodate the desires and habits of the clients, and in their ability to transform and evolve over time.
Both designs bring a refreshingly rigorous approach to the challenge of landscape design combining utility with a sense of poetry. Arcadian notions are quietly displaced by austere modernist lines that take their cues from the urban context. Both gardens can as easily bring the city into the backyard for a good dinner, as they can allow one to escape the city to a quiet, solitary place.”


Rose-Marie Arbour “Festival International de Jardin a Metis” Espace 54. Winter 2000/2001
Nothing more to do than to touch, feel, enter, walk, listen and even taste. This solicitation of the spectator’s senses and participation was a direct response to the issue of the spectator/work relationship. However, these installations were not only autonomous, expressive and meaningful works, they were also places for the creators to experiment with materials uncommon to architectural landscape projects.”

2000

Diane Bos “Jardins de Métis”, AZURE, November 2000

Charles-Antoine Rouyer “Quite Contrary” Canadian Architect, October 2000

Dallas Hong “Plant: After Sweet Farm” Trace Four – University of British Columbia Journal,
Summer 2000

Gary Michael Dault, “The Garden as Art” The Globe & Mail, August 12, 2000
Like any other form of art Le jardin du repos poses and strives to answer some big questions: So what exactly is a domestic scene? What does it really feel like to be private? "We’re simply trying to heighten people’s experiences." Which is what all art tries to do.”

Rachel Rafelman “Hotbeds of Ideas” The National Post, July 22, 2000
PLANT’s site contains a field of artemisia that blows in the breeze like waves on the river, a chaise longue made of stones and shells, a hay-bale fence and a bench made of stacked firewood, all of which encourage visitors to put their feet up and look for new ways of seeing.”

Lisa Rapoport, “InsideOutside” Book Review, AZURE, March 2000

1998

Nyla Matuk, “Unique Interventions: Gardens of Delight”,
Canadian Architect, August 1998
“What emerges at Sweet Farm, as in Goldworthy’s work, is a hybrid landscape that negotiates between the raw and the refined.”

Christopher Hume, “Plant Partners Nurture Nature” The Toronto Star, March 7, 1998
The site then becomes the sum of its history, not a spoiled Eden crying out to be restored to its original glory. PLANT wanted to celebrate the site, not lament its fall from grace. If the planet can’t be healed, at least it can be nursed.”

Pamela Young, “A Private Park Pulls Together” The Globe & Mail, March 7, 1998
Their interventions are refreshingly unobtrusive. Instead of creating monuments to their own cleverness, the architects have consistently attempted to design structures that enhance one’s appreciation of the landscape and awareness of that landscape’s transitions.”

1996

Beth Kapusta, “Interior Architecture: Women’s Health”, Canadian Architect October 1996 –
Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Project (Susan Speigel Architect Inc., Lisa Rapoport Project Captain, Mary Tremain Designer)

Lisa Rapoport, “Hide and Seek: The Daycare Game” Canadian Architect, May 1996

Lisa Rapoport, “Kati Blom Lecture Review,” RAIC Journal

1990

Christopher Pommer “Forgotten Moderns 2: Girl Guides of Canada Headquarters”,
Splinter No. 3, Fall 1990

Christopher Pommer “Forgotten Moderns 1: St. Lawrence Starch Staff House”
Splinter No. 2, Spring 1990

Lisa Rapoport, “Design for an Herb Garden, Ronciglione, Italy,” UC Review, Autumn 1990

1989

Lisa Rapoport, Kim Storey, Karen Chisvin “Daycare in the Workplace: 3 Projects”
TSA Newsletter 1989

USA · Selected Publications

2015

Architectural League of New York. 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance, Princeton Architectural Press and The Architectural League of New York, (2015): 176.

2014

Michael Benedikt, Center 19: CURTAINS, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 2014

2011

Frank Edgerton Martin, “Here’s to Local Heroes”, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Vol. 101, No. 9, September 2011

Jenny Andrews, “PLANT Architect Inc.”, Garden Design, July/August 2010

2010

Stanley Collyer, “A Worthy Tribute to Local Veterans in Middle America”, Competition Magazine, Summer 2010

Tim McKeough, “Up on the Roof”, Metropolis, September 2010

Jenny Andrews, “PLANT Architect Inc.”, Garden Design, July/August 2010

2009

Bernard St-Denis and Peter Jacobs, “An Artful Experiment”, Landscape Architecture, November 2009

2008

Brittany Dunlap, “Support for veterans’ project cited”, The Dublin Villager, 30 October 2008

2007

Brad Kessler, “Weekend Garden: Gorgeous Gorge” Metropolitan Home, October 2007

Helena Grdadolnik, “Rethinking Nathan Phillips Square” Competition Magazine, Summer 2007

2005

Don Griffith, “Conversation Piece”, The Wood Design Awards – Wood Design & Building, Autumn 2005

“Conversation Piece”, ID Annual Design Review, July/August 2005

2002

Virginia Small, “Garden Architecture”, Fine Gardening, May/June 2002
The strong lines and structural simplicity of this design provide a well-defined framework for the backyard space. A once dreary area now feels intimate and inviting.”

2001

Jane Amidon, Radical Landscapes pp 164-168, 180-181, Thames and Hudson, 2001
On Le Jardin du Repos: “The garden is a curated display of hand-crafted moments.
Local materials, distilled and re-presented in über-human proportions, cause visitors to pause and evaluate oft-ignored ingredients of the landscape with a level of attention typically reserved for known objects.”
On The Meadows Revisited: “Focusing on the creation of meaningful dialogue between existing visual and spatial characteristics of the land (many of which are culturally ‘invisible’) and outlying context, location and geologically specific constructs help visitors to understand site conditions?. Simply put, PLANT’s intention is to provide all parties with a different way of looking at and evaluating the infamous urban wetland. The sometimes-jarring juxtaposition of nature with the flotsam of human existence addresses changing notions of economic, aesthetic and public valuation.”


Heather Hammatt, “A Contemporary Conversion”, Landscape Architecture, September 2001
The 18 x 22-foot courtyard landscape of the Tranby Garden flouts the gardenesque quality of more traditional Victorian landscape design. Instead, the garden incorporates clean, simple lines and materials to create a functional, contemporary outdoor living space.”

2000

Gavin Keeney “Post-Industrial Chic: PLANT and D.I.R.T” Oculus, October 2000

Raul Barreneche “The New Edens of Gaspé” New York Times, June 29, 2000

Gavin Keeney “Reclaiming the Meadowlands” Oculus, May/June 2000
The blinds, blinkers and calibrated masts that frame and mark specific areas are interpretative environmental artworks calculated to alter the experience of the place by provoking historical reverie.”

Paul Makovsky “New Architecture Faces the Future” Metropolis, April 2000
(upon being named “Emerging Architecture Firm” by the Architecture League of New York)

1998

Philip Arcidi, “Into the Woods” Architecture, July 1998

Paul Bennett, “Sweet Intervention” Landscape Architecture, April 1998

International · Selected Publications

2014

PLANT Architect Inc. “Boustrophedon Garden”, International New Landscape, no. 1, (2014): 54–61.

PLANT Architect Inc. “Dublin Grounds of Remembrance”, Architext, no. 2, (Summer 2014): 76–78.

2013

Chris van Uffelen, “Green City Spaces”, Salenstein: Braun Publishing, 2013

Son, Seok Beom, “Canadian Firefighters Memorial” environment and landscape architecture, March 2013

2012

“Dublin Grounds of Remembrance” and “Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden”, New Concept Urban Landscape, p. 150–155 and p. 38–45, Phoenix Publishing Limited, 2012

Catalog: “Traces of Centuries & Future Steps”, Biennale Architettura di Venezia, 2012

Barbara P. Meister, “Toronto – City Hall”, Garden on Top, p. 154–157, Cadmos Verlag GmbH, 2012

“Nathan Phillips Square Podium Green Roof Garden”, Landscape World, Vol 50, 2012

2011

“Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden” Landscape World, Vol. 50, 2012

“The Dublin Veterans Park: Grounds of Remembrance”International New Landscape, July/August 2011

Christopher Henry, “Boustrophedon Garden/PLANT Architect.” ArchDaily, July 2011. link>
(Republished in Art & Design section of The International Business Times, July 2011).

2010

“Dublin Grounds of Remembrance”, Paisajimso, Vol. 39, 2010

“Dublin Grounds of Remembrance”, Landscape World, Vol. 34, 2010

“Liza’s Garden”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 70–73, 2010

“Foote’s Pond Wood”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 196–201, 2010

“Blue Note”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 220–223, 2010

2008

“Discovery of Brand New Material”, Paperstone, International New Landscape, November/December 2008

“Woodlawn Residence”, 1000x Architecture of the Americas, p. 89, Verlaghaus Braun 2008

“Cabbagetown Rear Garden”, 1000x Architectures of the Americas, p. 176, Verlaghaus Braun, 2008

“Liza’s Garden”, International New Landscape, p. 28–36, October 2008

“Liza’s Garden”, Landscape World, p. 40–49, Volume 17

Tim Richardson, Avant Gardeners, pp. 224–229, Thames & Hudson, 2008

Haike Falkenberg, Small Private Gardens, pp. 146–155, teNeues Publishing, 2008

2006

Alejandro Bahamón, Small Private Gardens, p. 88–91, teNeues, 2006

Tim Richardson, “Designers: Lisa Rapoport, Mary Tremain, Chris Pommer”, Gardens Illustrated, July 2006

2004

Zoe Deleuil, “Breaking new ground”, Gardens Illustrated, June 2004

Thomas Klein, “Interior Design Show Toronto”, Frame, May/June 2004

2003

Paco Asensio, ed. Garden Design, pp. 178–185, 215–221, 259–265, LOFT Publications, 2003

David Stevens, Small Spaces Gardens, p. 89, Conran Octopus, 2003

“Garden Prospects” Garden Design Journal, October/November 2003

“Zimmer mit Dusche”, Architectur & Wohnen, August/September 2003

Ulrich Timm, “Wohnzimmer für Schöne Sommertage” Häuser, March 2003

Gilberto Oneto, “Minimalismo Domestico” Ville Giardini, January 2003

2002

Edwin Heathcote ed., “We Like Junk”, Furniture and Architecture – Architectural Design, July 2002

Rebecca Cattano, “All Inclusive Package”, Garden Design Journal, June/July 2002
“The architecture in their large landscapes is visually more subtle, and extremely intense in the small urban gardens. Both are intended to be surprising. The larger projects absorb the interventions – making the discovery a delight. In the small gardens, high detail, layering, transforming materials, reflection and shadows are used to intensify the experience – the subtlety being in discovering change.”

Juliet Roberts, “Writers’ Retreat”, Gardens Illustrated, May 2002

Superlegible, Creativebase Design Wire #6, online magazine, February 2002

2001

Leone Gribotto “Senza Soffitto” Ville Giardini, December 2001

Samantha Boddy “Far Out” Gardens Illustrated, January 2001

2000

Steve Hare “PLANT – Le Jardin de Repos” ZOO [Book/DVD], November 2000

Gilberto Oneto, “Utopia Canadese” Ville Giardini, November 2000
a stimulating mental exercise for both its makers and its observers.”

Jill Billington, “Colour in the Clearings” The Garden Design Journal, Autumn 2000

Chris Young “Canadian Beauty” Landlines UK, September 2000

Tim Richardson, “Putting on a Good Show” Country Life UK, August 10, 2000

1999

Tony Hiss, “Increasing the Volume”, Gardens Illustrated, February 1999,
the senses are sharpened by the perfect balance of artifice and nature.
The sweetness of Sweet farm is that is fully displays the astounding beauty of this landscape. The discreteness of Sweet Farm is the subtle way it blends reverence and ruthlessness, to make us aware of our kinship with a forest that is busy healing itself, and with the generations of people who passed through the woods, using it, abusing it, and then vanishing, leaving it to its own devices.”

1998

James P. Deene, “Plant Formation” Architectural Review, July 1998

Laura Bossi, “Sweet Farm” Domus, April 1998

“Kitchens–Transformation” More Magazine NZ, June 1988
(Cook, Hitchcock and Sargisson Architects, Mary Tremain Designer, and Project Captain)