LA+ is the interdisciplinary journal published by the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Over spring break, second year preservation students in Professor Randall Mason’s Pienza Seminar/Studio traveled to Tuscany, Italy for a week of fieldwork and site visits.
Landscape Architecture faculty member Maria Villalobos and partner Carla Urbina were unanimously awarded Venezuela’s National Prize of Architecture.
Beginning Wednesday, January 18, PennDesign hosts more than 50 leading architects, artists, designers, planners, preservationists, and scholars in public lectures on the built environment and visual culture.
In “Greening Cities in an Urbanizing Age: The Human Health Bases in the Nineteenth and Early Twenty-First Centuries,” Theodore Eisenman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, considers the research on physi
New books from Professor Emeritus and former PennDesign Dean Lee Copeland; Witold Rybczynski, Martin and Margy Meyerson Professor Emeritus of Urbanism; and PennDesign Dean Frederick Steiner.
What now, landscape architecture?
LA+ is the interdisciplinary journal produced out of the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Karen Adhikari was working in Bhutan as an architect on restoration projects before coming to PennDesign.
Alumna Lisa Switkin is a Senior Principal at Field Operations.
The Department of Landscape Architecture at PennDesign launched LA+ (Landscape Architecture Plus, published by ORO Editions
After completing the first two years of the three-year MLA I program, François Poupeau elected to take a year off from his studies to gain some real-world experience.