This Spring, LD ARCH 253 Colloquium Landscape Planning & Design: From Theory to Practice will focus on recent sustainability-related projects by Bay Area landscape architecture firms. This is a rare opportunity to see contemporary landscape design and planning projects of various scales and types from the inside. Get to now how landscape architects work through aesthetic, social, and ecological concerns in real world contexts.
The class meets Wednesdays 1-2pm in 315A. Undergrads are welcome to enroll in this course.
Confirmed speakers include professionals from PGADesign, WRT, Hargreaves Associates, SWA Group, Manmade Workshop Landscape Architecture, Surface Design, HOK, and HOK. For those thinking about the opportunities and challenges of professional practice this class is an excellent opportunity to learn first hand from these top landscape architecture firms in the Bay Area.
LD ARCH 253 is a 1 credit course and is taken on a S/SU basis. Please check out the class website for more information: https://landscapefromtheorytopractice.wordpress.com/contributors/
If you have any questions contact Amir Gohar, firstname.lastname@example.org