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A Platform to Elevate and Connect Voices within Landscape ArchitectureOUR MISSIONTo record and share the stories, intentions, and impacts of emerging and established landscape architects.WHY?As landscape architecture's role expands to shape both physical and socioeconomic spaces, we can increase our contributions to environmental impact, social justice, and new roles yet to be seen by broadcasting the profession's diverse voices and their associated discussions.By capturing and expanding the ...
 
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Reading and Writing: Books about Landscape Architecture, Spring 2012
 
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this spring by professor Claire Napawan.
 
Design Pro Success Stories are inspiring interviews with Architects, Landscape Architects and Interior Designers. We explore what it takes to be a successful Design Professional through the stories of the our guests. Where do they get their inspiration, who has influenced them, what choices have had the biggest affect on their career? How do they juggle the creative side and the need to run a profitable business? How do you find that balance everyone talks about between work and personal lif ...
 
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this winter by professor David de la Pena.
 
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series.
 
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Explore the history and design of significant works of architecture, landscape architecture and town planning through a series of walking tours
 
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Join Sean Lally in conversation about architecture’s future, as both earth’s environment and our human bodies are now open for design. The podcast engages a diverse range of perspectives to get a better picture of the events currently unfolding. This includes philosophers, cultural anthropologists, policy makers, scientists as well as authors of science fiction. Each individual’s work intersects this core topic, but from unique angles. Lally is the author of the book The Air from Other Plane ...
 
Creative minds often find business difficult. The 30FG Business Podcast for Designers aims to help design professionals develop a business mindset. If you’re considering becoming a freelancer, starting a small design practice or dream of growing your existing practice into something much bigger, this podcast is here to help. This podcast is specifically intended for designers in the creative fields of architecture, graphic design, landscape architecture and interior design. Each week on the ...
 
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In this dispatch Larchitect flew out to Austin Texas to talk to TBG Partners. Not only was Austin Texas as cool and weird as everyone says it is but it didn’t take long to realize that TBG Partners fit right into this iconic city. Throughout this conversation we weave in and out of profiling the firm and TBG’s experience with implementing AutoD ...…
 
Daniel Tal joins Aaron & Caroline SketchUp Talk to chat about landscape architecture, extensions, and drones.
 
Jacob Whipcream - Arguably the most talented latte artist in the Klang Valley, mostly noted for his viral latte art videos on instagram back in 2014 and also for winning several latte art throwdown circa 2015,2016. Some of his day ones may have known him as Hakim, but ever since 2011, he stuck through with the online persona that compliment his ...…
 
In this episode, Milenko interviews Lynne Manzo, an environmental psychologist whose work in the field informs her teaching as Associate Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at UW. Lynne brings to the interview a deep knowledge of the interrelationships between people and their physical surroundings, and imagines with Milenko a ...…
 
There's a reason why Duke is called the university in the forest.
 
On today’s podcast I interview Allen Compton, Principal and Founder of SALT Landscape Architects and Rachel Allen of Rachel Allen Architecture, who, among other projects, are helping to reimagine one of the more contested public spaces in America: Pershing Square. Our conversation in their studio space in Downtown LA’s Fashion District, was dis ...…
 
From Nothing to Something. Charleston Courtyard to Mountain Chic. ..Mind.Body.Spirit… Web of Life. Seeing the potential in a property is part client goals, part professional training and part divine inspiration, especially when the earth talks to you! Watching a humble unformed raw piece of ground slowly become a living breathing garden never c ...…
 
Taming Raw Materials: Dovecote, Highcote & the Dargans ! Scattered around our lives are home environments we transformed. The new owners didn't change them. I guess their timeless qualities of balance, proportion and perfect material combinations and shapes perpetually fit the bill! This podcast offers a behind the scenes look at how we made ou ...…
 
In this episode, we head outside … and into the gardens and exteriors of our homes. When we’re renovating or building our home, we are often seeking a big improvement in our lifestyle at home. This can mean enlarging our home, or building a bigger one. And generally it means creating fantastic living / kitchen / dining spaces, that then flow to ...…
 
Jose is the founder of the Finding Arizona Podcast, and War Cry Warrior clothing brand. His passion for connecting with others is a huge factor in his success, and he enjoys learning about new things and people. Jose has a full-time job in landscape architecture along with the podcast and clothing brand. His curiosity for life and new experienc ...…
 
On this episode of This Dream House Kevin Drako gives us his 60 seconds of sports. Nathan Ballenger from Solar City joined Kevin to explain what has happened to solar power over the past decade and why are people more likely to get solar today. Mark from JBK Landscaping LLC jumps on to explain how people can reduce water usage within their home ...…
 
This episode of the Fun Palace brings you into the world of Mia Scharphie. Mia is a thoughtful and soulful designer constantly pushing towards the edge of impact design. Trained in landscape architecture, she now serves as a translator, researcher, and facilitator — working on women’s empowerment, racial equity, and place-based change. Since ta ...…
 
This is the story of a curvy, kidney-shaped swimming pool born in Northern Europe that had a huge ripple effect on popular culture in Southern California and landscape architecture in Northern California, and then the world. A documentary in three … Continue reading →
 
Semyon Bychkov is sought after across the world as a conductor of all repertoire, but he has a particularly deep connection with the music of Tchaikovsky. He talks to Tom about the music of this oft-misunderstood composer as he continues his season-long Tchaikovsky project, and gives his opinions on the state of culture in Russia and the West t ...…
 
Semyon Bychkov is sought after across the world as a conductor of all repertoire, but he has a particularly deep connection with the music of Tchaikovsky. He talks to Tom about the music of this oft-misunderstood composer as he continues his season-long Tchaikovsky project, and gives his opinions on the state of culture in Russia and the West t ...…
 
Gabion wall at Ballast Point Park. Image: McGregor Coxall Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today’s guest on Landscape Conversations is the Sydney based Landscape Architect, Philip Coxall from the firm McGregor Coxall. Philip has more than 20 years experience working on projects in England, Asia and Australia. These range from broad sca ...…
 
First up on this episode of Buildings on Air is Doug Spencer chatting with Keefer about his book “The Architecture of Neoliberalism: How Contemporary Architecture Became an Instrument of Control and Compliance.” Next we chat with journalist and two-time Buildings on Air guest Zach Mortice about his recent writings on the landscape architecture ...…
 
Since creating Janice Parker Landscape Architects in 1984, Janice has cultivated the firm to one of national prominence. Janice Parker Landscape Architects has conceptualized and directed innovative landscape architecture for national private and public clients across the United States. The firm has established a reputation for conceiving, plan ...…
 
Professor emeritus, Dan Jones, has been practicing and teaching landscape architecture for over forty years, consulted on a number of seminal development projects, and mentored countless students who went on to have enormous impacts in the field of landscape architecture. Throughout his career he has extensively explored how creativity and desi ...…
 
Join Councilor Matt O'Malley as he interviews the father of American landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, as portrayed by Gerry Wright. Tune in to hear about Olmsted's passion for preserving nature and thoughts on today's society.
 
Give it Time to Grow & Tilt the Scales in Your Favor This week on the show we have a very special guest who just got done hosting an amazing conference called Crop in Baton Rouge. Matt Dawson is a talented designer and connector who creates under the name Stay Gray Ponyboy in Atlanta. He is a shining example of someone who put in the work and u ...…
 
Do you know what the rules are for the landscaping around your property? Do you have a plan for how your garden should develop in the long term? In this episode of Real Estate Matters, Toni interviews landscape architect Susan Read. Together, they lay out the case for why – if you own property – you need a landscape architect. First, Toni and S ...…
 
Stephen Glassman Studio (SGS) most recently completed “Flows Two Ways” – the eight-story permanent public sculpture for Bjarke Ingels Group’s North American inaugural project in NYC. The title is a loose translation of the Hudson River’s Native American name Muh-he-ah kun-nuk – “flows both ways” – and serves as a metaphor for two forces that ar ...…
 
Stephen Glassman Studio (SGS) most recently completed “Flows Two Ways” – the eight-story permanent public sculpture for Bjarke Ingels Group’s North American inaugural project in NYC. The title is a loose translation of the Hudson River’s Native American name Muh-he-ah kun-nuk – “flows both ways” – and serves as a metaphor for two forces that ar ...…
 
Kevin has two guests join the show today. Jeff and Mark are in the same forum group at EO, and they come on the show to talk about their different entrepreneurial ventures. Both Mark and Jeff have their own companies, and they share the twists and turns of how they got started, what their goals moving forward are, as well the ways in which EO h ...…
 
Image: Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial, Gustafson Porter + Bowman Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today's guest on Landscape Conversations is the highly regarded landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson. With practices in both London and Seattle, her firms' work is truly international, with projects in the USA, Europe, the Middle East ...…
 
Kaori Fukuyama is an emerging visual artist in San Diego, California, who creates abstract oil paintings and has a studio practice in the Barrio Arts District. Her artwork has been displayed at multiple galleries and museums in California and has become a part of private and corporate collections in the U.S. and overseas. Recently, Kaori’s pain ...…
 
Buckhead Business Show - Lets talk Real Estate, Health, Interns and PublishingCompany or Product Name:Glennda Baker & AssociatesName and Title of Person Interviewed:Glennda Baker - Associate broker at Bekrshire Hathaway Home ServicesGuest BIO:Glennda is an Associate broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. She started her real estate caree ...…
 
Buckhead Business Show - Lets talk Real Estate, Health, Interns and PublishingCompany or Product Name:Glennda Baker & AssociatesName and Title of Person Interviewed:Glennda Baker - Associate broker at Bekrshire Hathaway Home ServicesGuest BIO:Glennda is an Associate broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. She started her real estate caree ...…
 
Why are plants green? Is there a reason plants evolved to be green, globally? What does it have to do with the color of the sunlight coming down through our atmosphere? http://physicsgirl.org/ http://twitter.com/thephysicsgirlhttp://facebook.com/thephysicsgirlhttp://instagram.com/thephysicsgirlHelp us translate our videos! http://www.youtube.co ...…
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we revisit an episode from season one, How to Climb Stoner Hill. Our partner on that show, local journalist Andy Kenney, gives us an update on what's been happening on the ground at Stoner Hill. Then, we talk to some people at Civitas, the landscape architecture and urban design firm that's bee ...…
 
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