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CAED Lecture Series - Resource Lists

This guide features selected resources on featured lecturers appearing at the Kent State College of Architecture and Environmental Design.

 

Selected Resources for:

Margie Ruddick

Margie Ruddick Landscape.

Visit the Kent State CAED Lecture Series page for lecture dates and times.

Selected Books

Selected Articles

Selected Articles & Publications Availability
Lasky, Julie. 2017. “Layers of Players: In Redesigning Queens Plaza, Margie Ruddick Found Not Just the Infrastructure Is a Tangle.” Landscape Architecture Magazine 107 (2): 130–43. Print - Architecture Library
Wilson, Claire. 2016. “Queens Plaza: Finally a There There. A Fresh Swath of Green Brings a Sense of Community to a Long Island City Transit Hub; High-Rise Development Brings Residents to Use It.” Oculus 78 (1): 16.  Online - US Modernist Library
McKee, Bradford. 2016. “Wild Times: Margie Ruddick and Thomas Rainer Talk about Their New Books on Wild Landscape Design.” Landscape Architecture Magazine 106 (7): 56-60. Print - Kent Main Library
“Converting a Parking Lot into a Rest Area = Conversion de Aparcamiento En Zona de Stancia: Queens Plaza, Margie Ruddick Landscaping/WRT/Marpillero Pollack Architects - New York (United States), 2012.” 2012. A + T, no. 39–40 (Spring-Autumn): 78–79. Print - Kent Main Library
“Storm-Water Management and Heat Island Effect Reduction = Gestión de Pluviales y Reducción Del Efecto Isla de Calor: Queens Plaza, Margie Ruddick Landscaping / WRT / Marpillero Pollak Architects - New York (United States) 2012.” 2012. A + T, no. 39–40 (Spring-Autumn): 68–69. Print - Kent Main Library
Dorian, Donna. 2012. “Green Giant.” Interior Design 83 (2): 41–44. Online - KSU Library
Ehrenfeld, John, Roger Frechette, Jay Stein, Rogerio Fernandez-Castilla, Margie Ruddick, Matthias Schuler, S. Richard Fedrizzi, et al. 2006. “Big Ideas for a Little Planet: RECORD Asks Leading Voices about the Innovative Ideas Shaping Sustainability’s Future [Interviews].” Architectural Record 194 (8): 60-68. Online - US Modernist Library
“Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design: Railyard Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2002.” 2003. Lotus International, no. 117 (January): 100–105. Print - Architecture Library

Additional Resources

This guide was created with resources available through Kent State University Libraries or freely online.  Visit the Margie Ruddick Landscape website for additional information.  These resources were compiled by the Joseph F Morbito Architectural Library in September 2022.