- MLA/MDS, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
- BA Architecture, Washington University, St Louis
Danika Cooper is a landscape designer, urbanist, and researcher. Her work focuses on giving expression to underrepresented materials and methods in the practice, theory, and representation of landscape architecture. Her current research explores the relationship between water management and weather patterns in the world's deserts. At UC Berkeley, her work strives to highlight and strengthen connections between practice, research, and teaching. Previously she was the 2015-2016 Designer-in-Residence teaching fellow at the University of Illinois, Department of Landscape Architecture.
- Courses Taught
LA 189 Contemporary Approaches to Visualization in Landscape Architecture
LA 202 Drawing the Desert
LA 252B MLA / MLA-EP Thesis Prep
LA 254 Towards a Resilient Arid Future