Weitzman students Katie Pitstick and Rosa Zedek, both candidates for the Master of Landscape Architecture, won the Extreme Design Challenge at the annual conference of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), held from November 15 – 18 in in San Diego.
The Landscapes in Process series is an annual publication of work undertaken in design studios, lectures and seminars as well as student awards, faculty news and list of graduates. Process 23 showcases the work of students from the school year 2018-2019.
The Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design welcomes applications for two assistant professor positions to offer graduate-level instruction in landscape architecture design studios and other courses.
Penn earned the third spot among the “Most Admired Landscape Architecture Schools” in the 2019 edition of America’s Top Ranked Architecture & Design Schools from DesignIntelligence. Penn also earned the third spot in the nation among the “Most Hired From Landscape Architecture Schools.”
Designer and footwear industry icon Stuart Weitzman was honored in a ceremony Thursday celebrating the naming of the Stuart Weitzman School of Design and Stuart Weitzman Plaza. President Amy Gutmann thanked Weitzman for a “lifetime of engagement with Penn,” saying he “believes in the power of design to immeasurably improve the human experience.”
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The latest issue of LA+, the Weitzman School’s award-winning interdisciplinary published by the Department of Landscape Architecture, documents the winners of last year's international competition to redesign New York's Central Park. In an essay excerpted here, “Central Park and Landscape’s Ongoing Imaginary,” Julia Czerniak explores the entries through the lens of Central Park design history.
ICONOCLAST, the 10th issue of LA+, documents the winners of last year's international competition to redesign New York's Central Park.
This fall, landscape historian Sonja Dümpelmann joined the Weitzman School as standing faculty in the Department of Landscape Architecture. Dümpelmann’s research and writing focuses on 19th and 20th century landscape history, and contemporary landscape architecture in the Western World, with a particular focus on the urban environment in Germany, Italy, and the United States. At Weitzman, she is teaching a core class on 19th and 20th century landscape history and theory.
The September conference “Designing a Green New Deal” brought together historians, sociologists, designers, elected officials, writers and activists in order to focus attention on how a new series of landscape interventions and job-creating programs could avoid the pitfalls of the past.