The University of Pennsylvania School of Design is pleased to announce the launch of Landscape Architecture Plus (LA+), an interdisciplinary design journal.
Video of PennDesign’s 2014 commencement ceremony is now available.
Scenario Journal, housed at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design, announces the launch of its latest issue.
Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto awarded Dumbarton Oaks fellowship in Garden and Landscape Studies
Karen M'Closkey's 'Unearthed' received the John Brinckerhoff Jackson Prize from the Foundation for Landscape Studies
TRANSECTS commemorates the legacy of the landscape architecture program at Penn.
Karen M'Closkey has been promoted to Associate Professor, with tenure, in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning.
Karen M'Closkey's and Keith VanDersys' PEG Office of Landscape + Architecture is among 'The Select Ten' named by Metropolis magazine.
Three PennDesign teams claimed 2013 ASLA Student Awards
Join the Show's Curator, Eric Wong, M.Arch'14, for a guided tour of our amazing Year End Show!
Our friend, colleague, and mentor Lindsday Falck, is turning 80 years young this month. Join us to celebrate him this Friday!
Congratulations to all PennDesign student and faculty 2014 award winners!
Have your resume/portfolio reviewed by leading designers, architects, educators, and fine artists.
Celebrating recent publications by James Corner, Richard Weller & Meghan Talarowski, Anu Mathur & Dilip da Cunha, and [Sub]stance student journal
Research Professor of Advanced Environmental Studies,Harvard GSD
Professor of Biology, University of Pennsylvania
Author of BLDGBLOG,Editor-in-chief of Gizmodo
Senior Principal, Hargreaves Associates
Sarah Weidner Astheimer, Senior Associate & Lisa Tziona Switkin, Principal at James Corner Field Operations
PennDesign is pleased to announce the Spring 2014 Elective Studio and Seminar Presentations.
PennDesign is pleased to announce Artist Janet Echelman and OLIN's Susan Weiler in conversation as part of the Spring 2014 Lecture Series.
Featuring a keynote lecture by John Peterson of Public Architecture.
Department-specific information for incoming MLA students