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TWICE A BIG WINNER

remember opening up Walter Hood’s first book, for the first time. It was 2007, and I had recently taken to learning more about landscape architecture. While I had found the subject of landscape architecture intriguing and important, it frankly never crossed my mind to enter the field. But there, in

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