Sunday’s Philadelphia Inquirer featured a nice write up of Baldev Lamba, ASLA. Lamba discusses his blossoming career and the challenges of working with various types of clients. Most famously, Lamba designed the First Ladies’ Water Garden at the U.S. Botanic Garden on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
From the article:
Lamba, who began as an architect, is even designing a house in Elverson. He thought about quitting teaching to buy more time for projects, but decided against it.
“My whole day becomes a kaleidoscope of sensual experiences that keep me alive,” he said, then confessed, “I would just spend more time procrastinating.”
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