March 09, 2016

Andrew Albers Discusses how Houston got Beautiful in the Houston Chronicle

Recently Andrew Albers, Vice President at OJB, discussed the design transformation of Houston's landscape with Raj Mankad, the editor of Cite: The Architecture and Design Review of Houston. Albers attended Rice University for Graduate School, served as Project Manager for the landscape architecture work done at Brochstein Pavilion, and also teaches a survey of landscape architecture at the Rice School of Architecture.

From Brochstein Pavilion and othe Rice University projects, to Discovery Green, Hermann Park Centennial Gardens, Buffalo Bayou, The Houston Arboretum, and Bayou Greenways 2020, all of a sudden, Houston is commanding positive national attention for what has been one of its greatest failings — public space and parks.

Read how this happened in the interview here on The Houston Chronicle.

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