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Landscape Architecture Corollaries

Started Sep 22, 2015

Future Landscape Architecture

Started Aug 1, 2015

Educational Trailer for Mentoring
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Flaherty Jul 15, 2013.

 

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I am a...
Student
University
BS in LA, Michigan State University MSc in GISc, Birkbeck College, University of London
Current Employment:
Yes
Website:
http://flahertylandscape.wordpress.com/
Personal Website:
http://www.youtube.com/user/FlahertyLandscape
LinkedIn
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/10/17/899
Favorite Designers
FLOlmsted
Edward T. Hall
Lawrence and Anna Halprin
Other Crafts/ Interests
Digital multimedia representation of the landscape

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Edward Flaherty replied to Emma Rose's discussion 'Have you worked abroad? Professional practice questions!'
"Please bring me up to date on what you needed then and what you need now. Please do it via this address: eflaherty at mac dot com. Thank you and kind regards."
Jan 3
Edward Flaherty replied to Emma Rose's discussion 'Have you worked abroad? Professional practice questions!'
"Noted 31Dec2015 that no one answered your request. Still interested…or…?"
Dec 31, 2015
Edward Flaherty posted a blog post

Landscape Architecture Corollaries - Try This.

Try this.The next time you step outdoors to take a walk, imagine you see indoors and outdoors according to these Landscape Architecture Corollaries:Corollary 1. In the beginning there was one: landscape.  Landscape harbored danger for humans.Corollary 2. Humans constructed shelters.  Then there were two: landscape, and, the shelters in the landscape.Corollary 3. And today still, humans essentially move through the landscape from shelter to shelter.Corollary 4. Architecture is shelter.Corollary…See More
Nov 17, 2015
Edward Flaherty replied to henry cohen's discussion 'Usage of Native Plant Material in Landscape Architecture'
"Andrew, you wrote: "The only argument that I can see about not using all natives is purely aesthetic." There is another argument or so. Native plants are sometimes part of an ecosystem within which they serve as habitat for other life…"
Oct 3, 2015
Edward Flaherty commented on Helen Buckle's blog post 'Filmtastic Fridays - "Second Nature" A Documentary Film About Janne Saario'
"Transparent hand drawn overlays in the film are great showing how something found becomes a design component!"
Feb 6, 2015
Edward Flaherty replied to Brandon Reed's discussion 'LARE TESTING HOAX!?'
"Nothing personal here to anyone who has failed any section of the test.  Please re-read my first sentence. Again. There is another side to a fail and that is that either a person's own preparation or that person's education did not…"
Nov 16, 2014
Edward Flaherty commented on Lucy Wang's blog post 'Filmtastic Fridays: The Trees - Growing a Forest for Ground Zero'
"Relationships between trees and people…plants and people--this film brings them to our attention."
Jun 27, 2014
Edward Flaherty replied to Alissa Schlecht's discussion 'The Artist Dillema'
"Henry is helping you, Alissa, to understand that landscape architecture design does not occur only in your mind, on your drawing board or in your contract documents. It actually fulfills itself in the construction and following maintenance.  If…"
May 30, 2014

Edward Flaherty's Blog

Landscape Architecture Corollaries - Try This.

Try this.

The next time you step outdoors to take a walk, imagine you see indoors and outdoors according to these Landscape Architecture Corollaries:

Corollary 1. In the beginning there was one: landscape.  Landscape harbored danger for humans.

Corollary 2. Humans constructed shelters.  Then there were two: landscape, and, the shelters in the landscape.

Corollary 3. And today still, humans essentially move through the landscape from shelter to…

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Posted on November 17, 2015 at 8:55pm

Thomas Kinkade (RIP) Landscape Painter

Thomas Kinkade, landscape painter, has passed away.  Looking at his work I wonder, just exactly where the vision of a painter and the practice of landscape architecture share some ground?  Comments?…

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Posted on April 7, 2012 at 12:21am

Landscape is our Sex by David Heymann

Dear Readers,

The entire essay can be found at: http://m.designobserver.com/places/feature/landscape-is-our-sex/31228/

David wrote:…

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Posted on December 1, 2011 at 12:15am — 1 Comment

LEED, Sustainable Sites Initiative and Landscape Architecture

10 Jan 2009

There is a bit of discussion on this subject now at larch-l.



LArch-L is an unedited electronic forum dedicated to the academic needs of landscape architecture. It's free and only requires that you have internet access.



To join LArch-L send a one line e-mail message ("Subscribe LArch-L ") to: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU. Within 48 hours you will receive a reply which will require you to respond from the same e-mail address that you used to send your… Continue

Posted on January 10, 2009 at 8:40am

Seeking Job

I am in Dubai and seeking a landscape related job.

I've been here just over two years; and from all I have seen and heard these last 5 weeks, I think the real estate storm is about to crash on Dubai, big time.

So maybe, I should write, seeking a landscape related job anywhere!

Any offer considered.

Thank you.

Posted on November 30, 2008 at 5:36pm — 5 Comments

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At 9:02pm on December 28, 2011, Boilerplater said…

Now you're just messin' with me!  Ed Flaherty was one of the actors on SCTV.

At 11:42am on August 15, 2010, Rico Flor said…
We're moseying along, making good with what we have. Darned lengthy recession, though...
At 10:50am on August 15, 2010, Rico Flor said…
Hot as in business hot?! Good for you! Need a helping hand? :D
At 12:18pm on January 19, 2010, Rico Flor said…
Hi Ed! How's everything on your side of the sand dune?
At 9:03am on June 9, 2009, Rico Flor said…
Hi Ed!

Great to see a familiar name, plus those important words to the wise, in LAM. Cheers!

Rico
At 8:39am on May 10, 2009, Anne Robert said…
Bonjour Edward!

re: SOURCING NEW DESIGNS/SHARING YOUR DESIGNS
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At 8:32am on April 10, 2009, Joshua Hale said…
I have not implemented the multi-user aspect of the software yet but they provide an example project to get started on it. I believe you can also do it through the web browser and not just the standalone. The great thing about it is you can do as much as you want with the software. I plan on looking more at the implications for this tool in design education and what you suggested would be one of the aspects I would explore.
At 9:55am on September 16, 2008, Barry Thau said…
Hi Edward. Santa Monica is beautiful as I'm sure it was in the 80's. I love the lifestyle & the lush landscapes! Business is good here.
At 6:14am on September 13, 2008, Brandon Reed said…
well I lived and worked in las vegas for 3 years and was and have always wanted to work on casino/resort projects....they are calling Dubai the las vegas of the Middle East.....the projects there are so cool and amazing that I would love to work on some projects over there.....
At 12:39pm on September 12, 2008, Brandon Reed said…
welcome to the lounge....How is Dubai?
 
 
 

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