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CARRIE EASTMAN is a writer and editor, designer, and educator who is the co-author of the forthcoming book, Occupation : Boundary, Art, Architecture, and Culture at the Water (ORO Editions, 2021), which explores the social, political, and cultural factors that contributed to the rise and fall of the urban waterfront. She is a co-editor of In Search of African American Space: Redressing Racism (Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2020), a volume of essays in which African American spatial typologies are reconsidered. Carrie has taught courses in urban history and theory at the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture in Tucson; her writing has appeared in that institution’s annual journal on contemporary themes in architecture.


Carrie practices landscape architecture independently after having spent fifteen years working in and around New York City. During this time, she contributed to large-scale public projects such as the Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park in Tarrytown, New York, where upland meadows and productive wetlands were established on the site of a former asphalt plant; and early phases of the Marcha P. Johnson State Park, an important, publicly accessible, open space along the formerly industrial Williamsburg, Brooklyn waterfront. Smaller projects for private clients include the design of meadow and moss gardens in rooftop spaces for the Etsy Headquarters and plant design for a terrace space at the Fumihiko Maki 4 World Trade Center building.

THE OTHER MODERN MOVEMENT Architecture, 1920 - 1970

Kenneth Frampton

Yale University Press

OCCUPATION : BOUNDARY Art, Architecture, and Culture at the Water

Cathy Simon with Carrie Eastman


CAPLA, Tucson

FRANK GEHRY Catalogue Raisonne of the Drawings Volume One, 1954 - 1978

Jean-Louis Cohen

Cahiers D'Art


Lars Müller Publishers


Lars Müller Publishers

A GENEALOGY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE Comparative Critical Analysis of Built Form

Kenneth Frampton

Lars Müller Publishers


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