Innovative desert garden promotes sustainability – News
The School of Landscape Architecture (University of Arizona) has created an innovative desert landscape that is both beautiful and sustainable.
The Underwood Family Sonoran Landscaping Lab is home to five different desert habitats as well as a pond that is supported completely by reclaimed water that serves as a home to the endangered fish the Gila chub, said Ron Stoltz, director of the School of Landscape Architecture.
SOURCE: Daily Wildcat – Innovative desert garden promotes sustainability – News
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A great interview with Marilyn Jordan Taylor of PennDesign who states that “it’s a great time to be thinking big about design.”
Read the full interview at the SOURCE: Penn Current: Interviews: Q&A: Marilyn Jordan Taylor
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Yale Daily News reports
“Architecture is one of the numerous industries deeply affected by the global financial crisis, forcing students to pursue alternate job options. Accepting a temporary post in a different country or choosing a related profession may be the best options for recent graduates, three professors interviewed said.”
[SOURCE: Yale Daily News – Yale’s aspiring architects face a job shortage]
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The Boston Globe reports
“Teams of Boston middle school students presented their urban design plans and architectural ideas to Mayor Thomas M. Menino yesterday, Jones Lang LaSalle said.
“The presentation was the culmination of the seventh annual urban planning ideas competition that engages over 100 middle-schoolers each year,” Jones Lang LaSalle said in a press release.”
SOURCE: The Boston Globe – Students present urban vision – Daily Business Update
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Prominent Dallas civic leaders Deedie and Rusty Rose have donated $1 million to the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin to fund two endowments in urban planning.
[SOURCE: The University of Texas at Austin – School of Architecture Receives $1 Million to Tackle Urbanization Challenges]