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Urban Hike: MARKET STREET PROTOTYPING FESTIVAL

The Market Street Prototyping Festival is finally here!!!! Join the School of Landscape Architecture on Friday April 10th from 3:30pm – 6:20pm to walk along Market Street. We will be seeing and experiencing all of the innovative designs created by artists and designers that have been set out to help make Market Street a more dynamic and […]

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A Clean Sweep for Landscape Architecture!

Excitement and cheers reverberated throughout the San Mateo Event Center at the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show Gala on Tuesday, March 17th.  Students of the School of Landscape Architecture celebrated a well-deserved total of seven awards, including the Best of Show’s Golden Gate Cup, for the design and installation of their garden titled “Sublimation”. […]

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Sublimation – San Francisco Flower and Garden Show 2015

The annual San Francisco Flower and Garden Show is just around the corner and the School of Landscape Architecture’s ASLA Student Affiliate Chapter has designed yet another striking garden that we expect will be a highlight at this year’s show. Designed by a dedicated BFA and MFA design duo, Eric Arneson and Nahal Sohbati began […]

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Urban Apiary Project

Urban Apiary Project is looking for a freelance Roofscape Architect. You will be asked to design rooftop gardens for buildings in the Bay Area. The projects will range from a simple plant garden to more complex installations (plant walls, seating areas, deck, etc.). The common goal of all the projects is to integrate and complement […]

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“The Shareable Future of Cities” – A talk with Alex Steffen

Watch this fascinating talk by Alex Steffen on  The Shareable Future of Cities.  What do you think about his argument?

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