Five Questions With: Adam Anderson

ADAM ANDERSON, a landscape architect and owner of Providence-based Design Under Sky, created 10,000 Suns, an installation of sunflowers on two still-undeveloped parcels in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District. / COURTESY ADAM ANDERSON/CATHERINE MARTIN
ADAM ANDERSON, a landscape architect and owner of Providence-based Design Under Sky, created 10,000 Suns, an installation of sunflowers on two still-undeveloped parcels in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District. / COURTESY ADAM ANDERSON/CATHERINE MARTIN
Adam Anderson, a landscape architect and owner of Providence-based Design Under Sky, recently was honored for his work in creating 10,000 Suns, an installation of sunflowers on two still-undeveloped parcels in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District. With the help of volunteers, Anderson two years ago planted some 10,000 seeds for the sunflower fields, arranged in rows. He then allowed the blooms to fade in…

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