Henry F. Arnold is a distinguished landscape architect who has dedicated his career to humanizing cities with trees, water, and natural elements. He is credited with the Hoboken South Waterfront landscape, MetroTech—an eight-city-block pedestrian landscape in Brooklyn, the landscape design for Constitution Gardens on the National Mall, and significant parks and urban spaces in many international cities.
Title by Henry F. Arnold
Life & Landscape
Released: March 2021
The story of the evolution of a distinguished landscape architect is a blueprint for the rewards found in a profession that humanizes cities and changes lives.
Life & Landscape traces the author’s life from earliest boyhood, as he discovers natural order, to a notable career as a landscape architect. This lively story, as recollected by the author, connects his earlier experiences and suggests how a vocation of forty years evolved into an avocation as a watercolor artist, extending the satisfaction of a life well lived with a wife well matched. Ultimately, the book is a blueprint to the many ways a career in landscape architecture can positively influence many lives in many places.