Landscape Architecture

Rendering of winning design
The AIA Philadelphia Design Awards Gala was held on October 14, 2015 at the National Museum of American Jewish History. The gala serves to acknowledge AIA Philadelphia members and other individuals that are shaping the built environment in the Philadelphia region and beyond.
Spread from LA+Pleasure
We design cities, landscapes, and products for many reasons, but as much as anything we do so for pleasure.
Regional context of proposed New Town Cherafate, Morocco

Regional context of proposed New Town Cherafate, Morocco (source: Google Earth/Chris Marcinkoski)

This semester three of Penn’s landscape studios will travel to different parts of the world to focus on critical issues.
Section of Third Reserve urban transept
Over the course of the summer, six PennDesign students developed two alternate proposals as submittals for the Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition, an event organized by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Wo
Jeff Einhorn, "Assorted Colors and Flavors"

Painted mouthwash bottles on glass shelf

Landscape Architecture Admin.
MLA ’15 grad Helen Yu’s independent studio project is currently being featured in the World Landscape Architecture online magazine.
Map of proposed plan
A team from PennDesign is among three finalists in Urban SOS 2015: All Systems Go, a global student competition co-hosted by AECOM, Van Alen Institute
Photograph by Richard Weller
Richard Weller has been named Creative Director of the 50th Anniversary Conference for the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the
Laurie Olin received the Beatrix Farrand Society Award for Lifetime Achievement in landscape architecture.  "In honor of a living person whose life work, exhibiting the qualities of talent, vision and commitment, has consistently and signif
Call for papers LA+ identity
The 5th issue of  Penn’s Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape architecture is NOW calling for submissions on the theme of IDENTITY. For submission guidelines visit the LA+ website.
James Corner was the topic of conversation in a recent blog post by Mark Hough, FASLA, on Planetizen.