Author Archives: Landscape Architecture

The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley – Berkeley

Jan 15, 2019- to Feb 09, 2019 University of California Berkeley BERKELEY, CA The University of California Berkeley is hosting an exhibition of the extensive and diverse work of Dan Kiley from Jan 15, 2019- to Feb 09, 2019. Spanning more than a half century, Kiley is an internationally recognized Modernist. The Cultural Landscape Foundation: Dan Kiley Article Online Exhibition […]

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Internships!! It’s time to apply!!

It’s the New Year and we are attaching a link to Landscape Architecture Summer 2019 Internships. Most deadlines will be coming up at the end of this month so please do not hesitate to apply! If you need assistance with the Cover Letter and Resume the Academy of Art has a Career Development program available […]

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Soul of an LA Firm- CASE STUDY

Do you have a desire to own your own business? Start your own firm? Join us Tuesday, November 13th at the Cannery where Philip Frankl will be speaking about doing just that!!   Watch for updates as this event will be streamed ONLINE!!!

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Drones, a tool for the modern Landscape Architect

Please join us!! LAN alumnus Eric Arneson will be presenting a Drone workshop for landscape architects. He will be discussing how drones are used to create hi-res aerial photography of a site, mapping contours and vegetation, and how to create a 3-d model from the drone data. He will also be discussing how landscape architects use this data in […]

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PARK(ing) Day!!! Friday, September 21

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Welcome Back!!! Fall 2018

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Humanizing History Through Landscapes

How are race and history represented in landscapes? A landscape is like a museum in itself. It is an artifact of history and can present questions to invoke critical thinking. In this article, Elizabeth Kryder-Reid, a professor of anthropology and museum studies at IUPUI, shares her knowledge of how California mission landscapes represent race and history, causing […]

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Revealing underground water systems in Urban Spain

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What would a fish do with a swing?

A park can be a picnic, a classroom, a home, a meeting, a workout, a date, a break, a pathway. A park is a location-tool for the person, or group of people, who needs it. I ask you: what would a fish do with a swing? How can the designer or builder know what tools […]

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The Long Road to an Eco-Corridor

Written by: Katerin Luquetta, BFA Student at AAU School of Landscape Architecture The conservation of biodiversity is now a movement around the world, and even though it still passes unnoticed in some places in the world, it is Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela who wanted to act upon preservation. As temperatures rise faster than species take to adapt […]

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