Peter Walker is one of the most seminal and prolific figures in contemporary landscape design worldwide - both as a teacher and as practitioner. Among his best-known works are Nasher Garden in Dallas, Novartis Campus in Basel, Switzerland and the World Trade Center Memorial in New York. This academic review of Walker's unique oeuvre look closely at his design work and provides a comparative analysis.
About the Author
Scott Melbourne, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Hong Kong