Harvard GSD | Gund Hall | Image Credit Flickr User Peter Alfred Hess
UPDATE | 2014 Design Intelligence rankings are now available
Design Intelligence has announced the 2013 America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools including the top landscape architecture schools in the USA. This is the third year we are sharing the list with our readers. The ranking is determined by surveying respondents selected from lists of undergraduate and graduate landscape architecture programs accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board.
LSU and Harvard have maintained their top ranking for Undergraduate and Graduate programs, whilst Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University has risen to second spot for both its Undergraduate and Graduate programs.
Continue reading 2013 USA Landscape Architecture School rankings announced
During times of low flow the central area becomes an active recreation area
Grounded Structuration investigates a process for amplifying the potential relationship between the design of the public realm and the politics of community. The design explores how site specific meaning and meaningful experiences can be associated with the retrofitting of infrastructure in New Orleans’ St. Roch community. St. Roch is named after the patron Saint of Good Health, memorializing the community’s auspicious beginning. Ironically, a fragmented drainage network, contaminated soils and blighted properties now threaten the vitality of the once thriving community. Reimagining the community from the ground up is an opportunity to reinvigorate the health of St. Roch.
Context: From the scale of the Mississippi Delta region to a block in St. Roch.
Continue reading Student Project: Grounded Structuration | Laura Sasso | MLA University of Virginia
“Kristina Hill, associate professor and director of the Program in Landscape Architecture at the University of Virginia, said considering biodiversity in urban design is particularly important as human density in coastal areas continues to increase……..”
Read more of the article @ the SOURCE: Phyorg.com – Urban areas offer hidden biodiversit
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