Clemson landscape architect wins Rome Prize

April 29, 2010,AEST

A Clemson University assistant professor of landscape architecture has been awarded the Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome. Case Brown is the recipient of the Prince Charitable Trusts Rome Prize for landscape architecture. Recipients of the 114th annual | Read More

Harvard changing the profession

April 19, 2010,AEST

Karen Weintraub recently wrote an article for the Boston Globe – At Harvard, landscape architects reinvent roles, link disciplines in which Weintraub interviews Charles Waldheim on how the profession of landscape architecture is changing by winning and managing development projects | Read More

Landscape Institute: Knowledge Base goes live

March 29, 2010,AEST

The Landscape Institute in the UK recently launched Knowledge Base – The new online service for LI members offers easy access to technical information. Knowledge Base brings together technical documents, articles, FAQs and online tools in an easily searchable database. No | Read More

International Green Construction Code launched

March 29, 2010,AEST

Version 1.0 of the International Green Construction Code(IGCC) was launched by the International Code Council. Of interest to Landscape Architects is Chapter 4 – Site development and land use which provides requirements for the development and maintenance of building and | Read More

New ‘Future Cities Laboratory’ for Singapore

March 29, 2010,AEST

ETH Zurich, a Swiss University and the National Research Foundation of Singapore have signed an agreement for the “Future Cities Laboratory”. This set the seal on the structure of the new platform for urban development in Singapore. In this project, | Read More

University of Manitoba LA students win $25,000

March 27, 2010,AEST

A team from the Landscape Architecture program at University of Manitoba was one of the four teams awarded $25,000 from the $100,000 Go Green Challenge, a competition funded by the TD Friends of the Environment foundation (TDFEF), a national organization | Read More

15 more Registered Landscape Architects in the Philippines

March 22, 2010,AEST

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Monday announced that 15 out of 25 examinees passed the Landscape Architect  Licensure Examination given by the Board of Landscape Architecture in Manila this March 2010. Congratulations to the following people for passing and becoming registered | Read More

How video is changing Landscape Architecture

February 23, 2010,AEST

Over recent years video and digital animation have become another design tool for landscape architects and education and professional institutions. For landscape architects digital animation and 3D rendering has become cheaper and cheaper to produce with tools such as Sketchup, | Read More

UNM Landscape Architecture Graduate Students Win ENYA Awards

February 19, 2010,AEST

UNM landscape architecture graduate students Yekaterina Yushmanova, Kristina Guist, Maggie Ryan and Aaron Coffeen are winners in the ENYA (Emerging New York Architects) International Ideas Competition, a biennial architectural competition for emerging professionals. They competed while students in Assistant Professor | Read More

Bond University to have new school of architecture

February 16, 2010,AEST

Bond University located on the Gold Coast of Australia is to introduce a new school of architecture due to the increasing demand for sustainably built environments. The new school will open in January 2011 in a newly built 6-star Green | Read More

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