ELASA European Landscape Architecture Student Association


ELASA European Landscape Architecture Student Association

ELASA is the European Landscape Architecture Student Association

Website: http://elasa.org
Members: 113
Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2014

ELASA is the European Landscape Architecture Student Association, which promotes the support, cooperation, exchange of ideas and understanding between landscape architecture students throughout Europe. Each year an annual meeting (summer) and a smaller mini-meeting (spring) are arranged. Every meeting is organised in a different country by landscape architecture students of an university from that country.


future meetings:
please check out on our webpage

past meetings:
find more on our webpage

Landscape Architecture Discussion Forum

International Landscape Design Competition

Started by Hugh Ryan Mar 5, 2012.

Good reasons

Started by Bruno Marques Oct 13, 2011.

EFLA Regional Congress. Participation

Started by Bruno Marques Oct 4, 2011.


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Comment by Bruno Marques on August 28, 2012 at 11:43am

7th European Biennial of Landscape - Sept 27-29 2012 / Barcelona, Spain



Comment by Séfora Chavarria on February 2, 2012 at 6:15pm

What is LAbash?

LAbash (landscape architecture bash) is a student run conference that serves as a platform for students from various universities to converge, exchange ideas and celebrate their passion for landscape architecture.

LAbash was conceptualized in 1970 by three students from the University of Guelph looking for an opportunity to network, exchange ideas and skills with various schools around North America. It’s immense success has continued to make it an annual tradition and is always highly anticipated by students and young emerging professionals during Spring Break.

The 2012 Conference will be hosted by the Florida International University Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects in our campus facilities in Miami and our newly inaugurated facilities at 420 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach [ Miami Beach Urban Studios - MBUS ].

The Conference will bring together students and professionals for three amazing days highlighting the unique aspects of the design industry through:

Educational Sessions, World Class Keynotes, Graphic Workshops Special Events, Design Charette, Exhibitors, Publishers, Social Events + More!

Our theme, Urban Oasis, will focus on the dynamic function that urban landscapes have in shaping the future of our cities. In recent years, landscape architecture has taken a more prominent role as a force that informs the urban condition and the critical relationships between humans and their urban environments.

Comment by Séfora Chavarria on February 2, 2012 at 6:13pm

Early registration for FIU LABASH 2012 has been extended for 1 week, don't miss out register today!

Comment by Radek Chanas on July 6, 2009 at 11:11am
Hi guys, don't think anyone remember me? I met some of you in Czech Rep and Slovakia. Cheers, Radek
Comment by Philip JSF Winkelmeier on April 14, 2009 at 10:59am
After some years of recreation after organisation of ELASA Berlin 04 : hello to ELASA again!
Comment by Sonja Rindlisbacher on March 20, 2009 at 12:21pm
Difficult question. In Switzerland unemployment is growing fast. But landscapeachitecture now is still good, there are several open positions and lots of offices have lots work to do. Im our office we do lots of overtime. but we are afraid that the crisis will come soon to our branch to. Noone knows whats in 6 months. As I heard its allready getting difficult in UK, France and Belgium.
Comment by Aleksandra Cybulska on March 2, 2009 at 8:39am
In the eve of my graduation from Landscape Architecture program at UCLA, I was wondering what are the prospects of gaining some work experience in Europe. My concern is mainly with today's economy. Can anyone comment on that?
Comment by Haris Piplas on July 23, 2008 at 4:30pm
Hi Elasians from Sarajevo

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