Alex Ulam

Alex Ulam is a contributing editor at Landscape Architecture magazine and a contributing writer at The Architect’s Newspaper. His work has also appeared in The Nation, Discover, Macleans, The National Post of Canada, Archaeology, and The New Republic. He lives in New York.

A rendering of Zaryadye Park, now under construction in the Moscow.

In Putin's Moscow, an Urban Wilderness Emerges

Architects Liz Diller and Charles Renfro talk about their latest high-profile commission, a weather-bending (and politically charged) city park in the heart of the Russian capital.

The Murky Ethics and Uncertain Longevity of Privately Financed Public Parks

As the new generation of state-of-the-art parks begins to age, will we live to regret creative financing models?