Dwell on Design Blog. February 13, 2014. Sarah Amandolare: Sarah questions Cassy Aoyagi about the balance between the science of sustainability and the demands of design in creating optimal landscapes.
Los Angeles Times. November 9, 2013. Cassy Aoyagi: Question: When I moved to Northridge in 1951, every nursery carried flats of lippia, a cheap, tough, drought-resistant ground cover and lawn substitute. When I ordered it at a nursery, it took months to get, in spite of the fact that it is grown in Northern California, and it was expensive. Do you know why it has disappeared?
Santa Monica Conservancy News. September 2013. By Sherrill Kushner: Historic places can range from the grand to the humble and all contribute to a city’s unique history if preserved. A humble yet creatively renovated Victorian cottage of the late 1890s was the site of a recent Conservancy tour August 18. The home and gardens of Hilda Weiss and Wayne Lindberg revealed how a 130-year-old structure can be expanded and updated into a comfortable space adapted to today’s living standards while incorporating its historical features. (Page 4)