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What's Wrong with This Picture: Episode III - Revenge of the Site

This week's is again very simple (don't overthink it) but is all too easy to overlook.There is a bit of controversy with this, but I stand…

Started by Jason T. RadiceLatest Reply

What's wrong with this picture? Part Deux

Okay, an easy one for you this week.

Started by Jason T. RadiceLatest Reply

What's wrong with this picture?

Continuing on with what I hope this series will become...see what is not quite up to snuff here and post your guesses in the comments. Fee…

Started by Jason T. RadiceLatest Reply

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How do I build this?

My uncle handed me these plans and told me to build this....I've never built anything more complicated then a fence. This bocce ball court…

Started by Tim

3 Dec 30, 2016
Reply by Chris M

What's Wrong with This Picture: Episode III - Revenge of the Site

This week's is again very simple (don't overthink it) but is all too easy to overlook.There is a bit of controversy with this, but I stand…

Started by Jason T. Radice

20 Nov 16, 2013
Reply by Jason T. Radice

Part time work as a garden designer

Hello. I leave in Norway and i am a landscape architect. The last 3 years i work for one garden designer and from this moment i love this t…

Started by desislava

0 Nov 12, 2013

What's wrong with this picture? Part Deux

Okay, an easy one for you this week.

Started by Jason T. Radice

17 Sep 23, 2013
Reply by Andrew Garulay, RLA

What's wrong with this picture?

Continuing on with what I hope this series will become...see what is not quite up to snuff here and post your guesses in the comments. Fee…

Started by Jason T. Radice

15 Sep 10, 2013
Reply by Jason T. Radice

Tropical planting mistakes bonanza - case study

Jason, I'll be happy to oblige and answer your invitation to collaborate to your "Design-Overdrive" series with a few planting pictures. I'…

Started by Goustan BODIN

0 Aug 20, 2013

Won't somebody PLEASE think about the poor children, I mean, trees!

For once, I'm almost speechless. Almost EVERY tree in this development is confined in these planters. Why?

Started by Jason T. Radice

23 Jul 18, 2013
Reply by Jason T. Radice

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Site Measuring Revisited Again

I've put up a couple of discussions in the past regarding tools and methods for site measuring to supplement a survey or for a small project. Back in November I saw the video below and decided to buy the Disto S910 because of its ability to export a…Continue

Started by Andrew Garulay, RLA in STORY BOARD yesterday.

Usage of Native Plant Material in Landscape Architecture 49 Replies

Can anyone out there recommend sites that would have somewhat scholarly papers on the use of native plants. I am looking for advocates of this practice and those who feel it is nonsense. I'm not looking for books, looking for papers. This for a side…Continue

Started by henry cohen in PLANTS & HORTICULTURE. Last reply by KEVIN on Friday.

Editorial: Eligibility requirements for State Landscape Architect Licenses 31 Replies

June 28, 2015Dear Land8 Members:ANY LAND8 member should feel free to add their own comments here.EDITORIAL:  It's my opinion......that EVERY student who earns a Landscape Architecture Degree. (4 yr., 5 yr. or Masters in Landscape Architectures)…Continue

Started by J. Robert Wainner in STORY BOARD. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner on Thursday.

Project Manager Training? 4 Replies

I was wondering if anybody out there had a formal or informal PM "break in" or training program. The PM programs that I've looked into don't really apply to landscape architecture. There's got to be something for architecture or another allied field…Continue

Started by Colter Sonneville in PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner on Thursday.

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