Richard Haag Oral History

In this dynamic series of interviews Haag shares stories of the education, travel and work experiences that helped shape his personal design philosophy and guided his influential career. As design critic Alexandra Lange has noted: “Richard Haag basically made industrial-chic landscapes happen.”

Haag, who is acclaimed for his innovative environmental and ecological design solutions, is a two-time recipient of the American Society of Landscape Architect’s President’s Award for Design Excellence for his work at Seattle’s Gas Works Park and Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, Washington. This is the eleventh in the award-winning Pioneers of American Landscape Design® series of free, Web-based, in-depth, first-person interviews with leading landscape architects.

See the oral history on tclf.org
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