Mary Scipioni presented It’s (Not) About Landscape Architecture at TedxRochester in 2013. Scipioni gives an insight into landscape architecture, working with allied professionals and makes many observations about interdisciplinary studies and the integration into landscape architecture. Scipioni discusses landscape ecology, landscape perception, messy landscapes, environmental psychology, healing landscapes. Scipioni pushes us to advance our thinking and move beyond our own disciplines.
“Mary Scipioni is a designer, an educator, and a spokesperson. Landscape architecture is her primary area of activity, although she has navigated in many areas of design in the USA and Italy.” learn more about Mary Scipioni on her website.
ASPECT Studios has renewed their partnership with World Landscape Architecture for 2014. We would like to thank ASPECT Studios for their support in 2013 that will continue through 2014. Their support assists World Landscape Architecture to continue publishing landscape architecture projects from across the world.
ASPECT Studios is a design firm specialising in Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Digital Media. Their studios combine to promote a culture of excellence, and passion with a strong foundation of core staff led by a team of nine Studio Directors who guide their Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Shanghai and Digital Studios.
With Four New Landscapes, SITES Certifies 30th Project | The Dirt
“The newly certified projects applied the 2009 SITES Guidelines and Performance Benchmarks and met the requirements for pilot certification. There are now 30 landscape projects at universities, businesses and public spaces that have achieved this recognition.”
The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the Argentine Center of Landscape Architects (CAAP) invites students in Landscape Architecture or related disciplines to participate in the Competition based on the axis of the Congress THINKING AND ACTION: “Earth, Home and Landscapes of places” whose theme is: URBAN LANDSCAPES IN EMERGENCY -Creating a landscape of places