VIDEO | Charles Waldheim: Landscape as Urbanism

Charles Waldheim: Landscape as Urbanism from UM School of Architecture on Vimeo.

Charles Waldheim provides a “sampler” in this video of his recent book project Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory – a monograph of landscape urbanism which consolidates what is known about the new field of Landscape Urbanism.

“Charles Waldheim is a North American architect and urbanist. Waldheim’s research examines the relations between landscape, ecology, and contemporary urbanism. He coined the term ‘landscape urbanism’ to describe the emergent discourse and practices of landscape in relation to design culture and contemporary urbanization. Waldheim is author of Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory and editor of The Landscape Urbanism Reader. Waldheim is John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design where he directs the School’s Office for Urbanism” – UM School of Architecture

VIDEO | Ken Smith @ UW Department of Landscape Architecture Lecture Series

Ken Smith – UW Department of Landscape Architecture Lecture Series from UW College of Built Environments on Vimeo.

Ken Smith is founder and principal of WORKSHOP: Ken Smith Landscape Architect, based in New York City. He spoke at the University of Washington campus in Seattle on May 14, 2015. His lecture, Going Beyond The Metrics, was part of the Department of Landscape Architecture Spring 2015 lecture series. Ken talks about recent projects such as the Fenway Deity.

VIDEO Credit | UW College of Built Environments

Installation | Ken Smith: Fenway Deity | May 20-September 28, 2015

Fenway Deity, Ken Smith (2015) from John Dean on Vimeo.

Fenway Deity is part of the Garden Deities series created by Ken Smith. The large inflatable installation, with a psychedelic spiral pattern and gold chain, will hang from the historic façade of the Museum facing the Boston Fens. Learn more. The 2015 Landscape installation by Ken Smith is sponsored by the Friends of John Magee, in memory and celebration of his life in gratitude for his service to the Gardner Museum.

Image | Ken Smith, Collage Drawing of Fenway Deity.

LOCATION | HISTORIC PALACE, FENWAY FAÇADE, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA
DATES | May 20-September 28, 2015

VIDEO | Preserving Nature in the Urban Environment – Robin Grossinger


Robin Grossinger, Senior Scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute(SFEI) at The Cultural Landscape Foundation event – Bridging the Nature-Culture Divide III Conference held on January 23, 2015. Grossinger gives the perspective of a Senior Scientist and the approach taken by SFEI to learning from natural systems and also developed landscapes in addressing the Culture-Nature Divide.

TCLF will be holding their next conference – Second Wave of Modernism III: Leading with Landscape on May 21-24 in Toronto, Canada. The conference will tackle numerous issues including those that deal with the city’s identity.

Moving Forward: A Panel Discussion on the Future of the Landscape Architecture Profession

Moving Forward: A Panel Discussion on the Future of the Landscape Architecture Profession from UW College of Built Environments on Vimeo.

On February 12, 2015, a panel of Debra Guenther (Mithun), Rebecca Fuchs(Gustafson Guthrie Nichol) and Nate Cormier (SvR Design) joined by moderator Prof. Thaisa Way in a discussion envisioning the future of the landscape architecture profession. This conversation kicked off a new round of strategic planning by the University of Washington Department of Landscape Architecture.

Short Video | What is Landscape Architecture?

Landscape Architecture: Kinetic Text Group from Levi James/Kinetic Text Group on Vimeo.

Great short 43 second video explaining What is Landscape Architecture?

VIDEO | Landscapes of Chernobyl

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl from Danny Cooke on Vimeo.

This 3 minute video (filmed with quadcopter and set shots by Danny Cooke) shows the landscapes of Chernobyl, although haunting, shows the power of nature and its ability to thrive and adapt to the environment.

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