publications
 
 
  • Gibson, Lydialyle. ‘Printers’ Row residents consider the conundrum of Congress Parkway,’ Chicago Journal, May 20, 2004, 1. Friends of Downtown (Congress Parkway revitalization).

  • Suplee, Carol J. “Wilderness Experiences inspire Urban design,” Georgian, Vol. 76, April 2004.

  • Kent, Cheryl Screen Play. Chinese American Service League Kam Liu Building. Architecture Magazine, December 2004.

  • Borders, Zachary R. Prairie Urbanism. Ping Tom Memorial Park, 129. Chicago: University of Illinois Printing Services, 2004.

  • Ward, Marie Balice. “Chinatown, Near South park issues grab attention of community,” Near West/South Gazette, 15, Volume 21, No. 8 December 8, 2003.

  • “Public Spaces. Spaceshaper Interview: Chicago’s Ping Tom Memorial Park.” Insites brochure from Landscapeforms, vol 1, issue 2 2003.

  • Finley, Larry. “Looking For Greener Pastures. Developers draw home buyers with luxurious landscapes, waterfalls, rooftop gardens and plenty of trees.” Chicago Sun Times, 2 August 2002, 12c.

  • “Ping Tom Memorial Park.” Building Stone Magazine, 2002 Architecture Awards-BSI Study Tour. July/August/September 2002, 16-20.

  • Hinshaw, Mark & Wong, Ernest C. “A Cultural Revolution: In Chicago’s Chinatown, carving a public space out of an urban wasteland.” Landscape Architecture, July 2002, 30-36.

  • “Ping Tom Memorial Park,” LandForum: Designed Landscape Forum III. Volume 13, 2002, 95.

  • Kennedy, Kerrie. “Chinatown returns to center stage.” Chicago Tribune, 20 January 2002, Sect. 16, 1.

  • “Coliseum Park,” LandForum: Designed Landscape Forum III. Volume 13, 2002, 93.

  • “Ping Tom Memorial Park. The City in a Garden: A Photographic History of Chicago’s Parks.” Julia S. Bachrach. Santa Fe, NM: Center for American Places, 2001, 127.

  • Coliseum Park: Noll, Damien. “A perfect little park.” Chicago Journal, 3 May 2001, 7-10.

  • Grant Park Framework Plan: Gibson, Lydialyle. “Residents mull Grant Park’s potential.” Chicago Journal, 8 March 2001, Vol. 1, No. 21, 1.

  • Near South Planning Board Directory, 2001. Cover: Photograph of Coliseum Park, courtesy of Site Design Group, landscape architects for the park.

  • “An el of a tour.” Chicago Magazine, December 2000, 145. Lawrence, Curtis.

  • “Undiscovered Park: Ping Tom Memorial.” Coburn, M.F. et al, “The Best of Chicago”: Chicago Magazine, August 2000, 93.

  • “Chinatown cheers new park on river.” Chicago Sun-Times, 6 September 1999, Section 2, 4.

  • Bey, Lee. “Gateway to a greener Chinatown.” Chicago Sun-Times, 17 August 1998, 16.

  • De LaFuente, Della. “New park to greet Chinatown visitors.” Chicago Sun-Times, 15 April 1998, 25.

  • Wong, Ernest C. “The Greening of a Metropolis: Chicago’s Landscape Legacy”. Illinois Chapter of American Registered Architects, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1998.

  • “Featured Architects: Site Design Group.” Illinois Council of American Registered Architects, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1998.

  • Crockett, Jim. “Architectural firm helps green city streets.” Dodge Construction News Chicago, 19 August 1996, A20-21.

  • Wentworth Avenue Streetscape: Davis, Stephania A. “Fear Mars Chinatown Plan.” Chicago Tribune 17 April 1996, Section 2, 1.

  • Slaton, Deborah. “The House that Julius Built.” Inland Architect, September/October 1988, 82-89.

  • Ice, Gene. “When does ‘home remodeling’ become big rehab?” Dodge Construction News Chicago, 21 September 1987, 36-39, 52-53.