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Liguria, Italy

Cinque Terre

Conservation work on Cinque Terre’s cultural landscape has been developing alongside advocacy for the site’s preservation.
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Jaisalmer, India

Jaisalmer Fort

Built in 1156 by King Rawal Jaisal, Jaisalmer Fort dominates the countryside in the far northwestern corner of Rajasthan, near the border of India and Pakistan.
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Leh, India

Basgo Gompa (Maitreya Temples)

The mud-brick fortress of Basgo Gompa is perched high in the hills of Ladakh, between the Himalaya and Karakoram mountain ranges in northern India.
Completed Project
Usumacinta River Valley, Guatemala

Usumacinta River Cultural Landscape

Today, the Usumacinta River defines the border between Guatemala and the Mexican state of Chiapas, but in antiquity its waters lay between the rival Maya cities of Piedras Negras and Yaxchilán.
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Kuks, Czech Republic

Kuks Forest Sculptures

In the New Forest bordering the town of Kuks in the Czech Republic, Mary Magdalene reclines amidst the fallen leaves while the three Magi perform their act of adoration nearby.
Domed brick roof system of the School of Ballet, showing biological growth and water damages, 2015
Havana, Cuba

National Art Schools

Even though they are recognized as landmarks of modernism, the National Art Schools remain in need of an integrated approach to the care and management of buildings and landscape.
Completed Project

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Rano Raraku

Easter Island, one of the world’s most remote inhabited places, 3,700 kilometers off the coast of South America, is home to an extraordinary archaeological heritage that spans over a thousand years.
Orongo - Mata Ngarau, May 2011
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Easter Island, Chile

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)—Orongo

Easter Island, a special territory of Chile that was annexed in 1888, is most famous for the hundreds moai statues scattered throughout its coastline.