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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S CUT, DECEMBER 14

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR’S CUT, DECEMBER 14

The things our creative director, Chris McGee, hated to omit from the current issue of LAM.

Photo by Rich Montalbano/RiMO Photo, LLC.

Excerpt from “Right of Center” by Roberto J. Rovira, ASLA, in the December 2021 issue, about St. Pete’s new pier in St. Petersburg, Florida, the latest iteration of seaside living and recreation which reaffirms the city’s basic link with water.

–CHRIS MCGEE, AML ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

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