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Walter Hood Designs Nashville’s First Civil Rights Public Art Piece

Witness Walls is Nashville's first civil rights inspired public art, and was designed and created by CED Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Walter Hood. Read More »

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Iryna Dronova Publishes Paper on Environmental Heterogeneity in Landscape & Urban Planning Journal

Iryna Dronova's latest paper discusses environmental heterogeneity and its effect on biological diversity in the most recent issue of Landscape and Urban Planning Journal. Read More »

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Walter Hood Wins American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award

Awarded annually since 1955, the prize is given to American architects whose work is characterized by a strong personal direction, or who explores ideas in architecture through any medium of expression. Read More »

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Associate Professor Karl Kullmann Authors Paper on the Transformative Agency of Drones

A new essay by Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Karl Kullmann anticipates the transformative agency of the drone’s-eye view in design discourse. Read More »

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Form, Flowers, Foliage: Trees of The Berkeley Campus Brings Cal’s Landscape Back to Life

When CED alumnus Jim Horner (BLA ‘71) started working as UC Berkeley in 1996, during his twenty-plus career at Cal he never intended to actually co-author the third edition of the historical book, which hadn’t been updated in over 40 years. Read More »

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LAEP Professor Chip Sullivan Wins JB Jackson Book Prize

Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Chip Sullivan was awarded the prestigious JB Jackson Book Prize this month for his most recent publication, Cartooning the Landscape. Read More »

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