“A Place for Sculpture: New England’s Largest Sculpture Park is Transformed.” – Landscape Architecture Magazine
DeCordova, home of a nationally known art museum and museum school, displays contemporary sculpture over 35 acres of open space, attracting museum visitors, naturalists and picnickers alike.
In a series of bold and subtle strokes, Halvorson transformed a popular, yet problematic, landscape into an elegant, safe, legible setting for outdoor sculpture.
Arriving on a re-aligned main drive, visitors are now gracefully oriented to the grounds and museum building before they reach the parking lot.
Equally important, once-dangerous pedestrian/vehicular traffic conflicts were eliminated to minimize the impact cars have on the visitor experience.