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Welcome Back to Spring 2019

Welcome back to the Academy of Art University, School of Landscape Architecture’s Spring 2019 Semester!! Our onsite students will be experiencing some changes as we are joining our Architecture and Interior Architecture & Design brethren at 601 Brannan!! Among the many benefits is the easy access to the fabrication facilities such as Wood Shop and […]

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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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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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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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AAU Landscape Architecture Fall 2017 Speaker Series Presents: Marcel Wilson, Principal/Design Director, Bionic Landscape

AAU School of Landscape Architecture is honored to host Marcel Wilson, PLA at our Speaker Series event at 6pm PT on November 9th, 2017. LIVE STREAM LINK HERE! As Founder and Design Director at Bionic Landscape, Marcel has led and designed works of all scale in Asia, Europe, and here in the United States. Marcel obtained […]

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The Art of Places (Midterm Inspiration!)

Welcome to Midterms! Balancing homework, studying, sleeping, and eating as a student at The Academy does not only include coffee, books, and Microsoft Word. Art is not born from Red Bull, flash cards, and 6 hours of free time. AAU midterm projects must be inspired and revolutionized, balancing color, space, concept, medium, legibility. To quote […]

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Is Landscape Architecture “Activism”?

Planning, in any event or art piece, requires multidimensional thinking. Landscape architecture allows the platform for professionals to widen the lens on a location, marrying the environment to the solution of all problems, while transporting into the future of design and materials. Solving problems becomes an opportunity to make advancements in science and to create […]

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AAU Landscape Architecture Fall 2017 Speaker Series Presents: Sergio Lima

This Thursday, October 12th, 2017 from 6pm to 7:15pm, visit the AAU School of Landscape Architecture to witness Senior Associate at SWA, Sergio Lima, present his current projects in the field. Subjects will include the design of both: the EXPO 2020 DUBAI Al Wasl Plaza and the landscape of Burj Khalifa. Both of these designs […]

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SF Bay Area Resilience Relies on Sediment

“What happens in one area may impact what happens in another.” A seemingly simple process explained by Chris Devick with Arcadis reminds us how the movement of sediment in any area, including the Bay Area, hugely alters the ecology and ultimate stability of the region. Due to sediment movement, the SF Bay Area’s “drinking water, […]

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