OPERE 30, Città clandestina With the issue 30 D'Apostrophe continues working on the art direction, the graphic design and the layout of the three-monthly Tuscan architecture magazine. The monographic issue deals with themes about the relationship with the city, architecture and territory. http://d-apostrophe.com/34491/545796/graphics/opere-30-citta-clandestina
BY KATHARINE LOGAN From the July 2014 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine. Before Seattle grew up on its shores, Elliott Bay was a bluff-backed beach, with intertidal marshes and mudflats providing a complex and varied habitat for birds, fish, and marine invertebrates. Its sloping beaches offered salmon a safe passage through shallow waters, with plenty to….