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Henderson's cherry blossom sketchbooks published in 'Landscape Architecture Magazine'

The folding sketchbooks, Sakura Orihon, completed by Ron Henderson, FASLA, during his 2012 US–Japan Friendship Commission Creative Artist Fellowship have been published in the April 2015 edition of Landscape Architecture Magazine. The article, "Peak Blossom," was written by the Japanese landscape architect, Toru Mitani. Landscape Architecture Magazine is the publication of the American Institute of Architects and is the most widely circulated global periodical in landscape architecture. 

Henderson is founding principal of L+A Landscape Architecture, holds the Stuckeman Chair in Integrative Design, and is professor of landscape architecture and Asian studies at Penn State.

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