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Dean D. Murtagh replied to Ernst Glaeser's discussion 'prevention of horizontal soil water movements, esp. in tree pits'
"Roots growing into soil absorb water and nutrients, while leaves, supported by a .... But in cells that are physically constrained, such as those of a tree root whose .... More information: http://www.igeosynthetics.com/"
May 11
A blog post by Ernst Glaeser was featured

Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking outside the pipe

The era of taking water for granted is over. The water strategies in this video integrate: the built world & the natural environment; people & the broader community of living things; and ecological science with traditional planning & design disciplines.  Something is happening in the design community. People are beginning to tap into the promise of new, creative ways to handle our need for water.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.…See More
Sep 29, 2014
Scott Wahl commented on Ernst Glaeser's blog post 'Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking outside the pipe'
"Great film! "
Sep 24, 2014
Ernst Glaeser posted a blog post

Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking outside the pipe

The era of taking water for granted is over. The water strategies in this video integrate: the built world & the natural environment; people & the broader community of living things; and ecological science with traditional planning & design disciplines.  Something is happening in the design community. People are beginning to tap into the promise of new, creative ways to handle our need for water.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.…See More
Sep 23, 2014
Ernst Glaeser posted a blog post

Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking outside the pipe

The era of taking water for granted is over. The water strategies in this video integrate: the built world & the natural environment; people & the broader community of living things; and ecological science with traditional planning & design disciplines.  Something is happening in the design community. People are beginning to tap into the promise of new, creative ways to handle our need for water.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.…See More
Sep 21, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Chris Davis's discussion 'Planting plans'
"Agree, made similar experience, not only in China but also in the MENA region."
Sep 4, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Chris Davis's discussion 'Planting plans'
"That's why I had originally differentiated between Concept Plan (Rendering to sell your idea) and the Planting Plan who's making the price. Our forefathers had that "Generation Look". Unfortunately that got lost over the decades."
Aug 17, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Chris Davis's discussion 'Planting plans'
"Hi Craig, I had given a RoT a bit further down. Footprint at plant age of 15 years for concept. Common practice in Germany.   "
Aug 17, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Chris Davis's discussion 'Planting plans'
"I have learned that one should show the footprint of a plant expected after 15 years off planting. It sounds right to me as plants and elevations are the space creating elements and will hardly ever change. This accounts for the concept. When…"
Aug 16, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Chris Davis's discussion 'Planting plans'
"Plants don't come out off a form. Every species is different and should be addressed accordingly. We LS should know the material which makes us unique to the rest of the civil-, architecture, electrical-, structural-, and so on, world."
Aug 16, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Andrew, RLA's discussion 'Has anyone successfully transitioned out of the Landscape Architecture field?'
"What I’ve read above and putting my career path against it I find that it is full of similarities. Take it, you are not alone. You are at a point where you need to prove to yourself that what you want to do and what you are doing is are…"
Aug 6, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Rory Knutsen's discussion 'Tree Irrigation'
"I had a close look on all the baggy watering systems. They look ugly, they are time consuming to fill, and they only work for newly planted trees and shrubs. The only system I can think off, when no shelf irrigation system can be installed or…"
Jul 8, 2014
Ernst Glaeser commented on Brian Barth's blog post 'Why Landscape Architects Stopped Specifying Edible Plants (And Why They Have Started Again)'
"Is this not just another philosophical movement into the direction from where the “Landscape” comes? To my understanding “Landscape” is a transformation, idealization and minimization, of “Nature”, or would we…"
Jul 5, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Davor Baric's discussion 'Underground tree anchoring systems'
"I agree with Rory. Each project, each tree type, each tree size – caliper and/or height (crown as well as trunk), have their right of existence, usage, and aesthetics. Streetscape trees with a clear trunk height of just 3 to 4 m and small…"
Jun 18, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to jennifer Bloch's discussion 'Tree Stakes'
"Hi Jason, I got to disagree here. No matter if bare-rooted, container grown, or root-balled, no matter if just the calliper of a pencil or a mature Methusalem, as long as the tree is exposed to the wind this movement caused to the root…"
Apr 26, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Lindsey Fikes's discussion 'Moving to Shenzhen, in need of design job'
"I fully agree with Walter. Had one year in Nanjing with a local LA firm and a posh American name. Went to Shenzhen after that to join a local LA firm connected to an Australian architecture firm. Here I failed after a hand full of month because of…"
Apr 12, 2014
Ernst Glaeser commented on Lucy Wang's blog post 'Filmtastic Fridays - Desert Breath: Land Art Installation'
"It was, and still is a nice piece of landart. Even if the introduction tries to imply that this is in the middle of the Sahara, which it isn't, it is just a few miles away from the Red Sea, it is nice and has a great spiritual moment when you…"
Mar 28, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Rob Halpern's discussion 'Not Your Grandmother's Landscape: Abu Dhabi Plaza'
"Another landscape friend of mine commented: "Hello stranger  - great article on martha  - thanks   - saw it on the weekend  - I was in Abu dhabi  - its is a parterre garden - viewed only from above  - and not…"
Mar 25, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Rob Halpern's discussion 'Not Your Grandmother's Landscape: Abu Dhabi Plaza'
"Hi now the file as promissed"
Mar 25, 2014
Ernst Glaeser replied to Rob Halpern's discussion 'Not Your Grandmother's Landscape: Abu Dhabi Plaza'
"A friend of mine commented on it as follows: "Your email just reminded me about a project we designed and built back home in Colombia. Take a look at the attached file. The project was executed on 2008/2009.""
Mar 25, 2014

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Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking outside the pipe

The era of taking water for granted is over. The water strategies in this video integrate: the built world & the natural environment; people & the broader community of living things; and ecological science with traditional planning & design disciplines.  

Something is happening in the design community. People are beginning to tap…

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At 8:47am on November 3, 2011, Ruel B. Piniera said…

hi ernst! how have you been?? im still in china. but i recently moved to guangzhou. are you still in dubai?

 

At 4:51am on January 24, 2010, Rodel Demafelis said…
Ernst,

I too have added a friend request.

Hi, Im Rodel, a landscape architect in Dubai with employment ending on Jan 31st. I have a degree in Landscape Architecture and over three years of international experience.

I am attaching my CV here, along with contact info.
Im hoping to find an appropriate junior to mid-level position, and Im grateful for this heads-up.

many thanks,
Rodel

RDemafelis.pdf
At 12:23am on January 23, 2010, Rico Flor said…
Hello Ernst.

Requesting to add me up as a friend. Can relay to you CV's of fellow registered LArchs currently here in the UAE for your consideration. These professionals are experienced in both the North Asian and Gulf milieu. Hoping for a positive response.

Cheers!

Rico
At 12:43pm on January 6, 2010, Michael Barcelos said…
Ernst,

I am interested in hearing more about the opportunity to work in Abu Dhabi. I am in my 4th of 5 years in a BLA program at Clemson University, in SC. I will be applying for internships for the upcoming summer, and am interested in possibly working overseas. I will be in Barcelona, Spain from now until May 1st. I have experience in Middle Eastern Design with a studio project that I worked on in Rosetta, Egypt. Please let me know some more information and how I can apply for a position in Abu Dhabi. Thanks!!
At 10:36am on January 6, 2010, Phil Moorehead said…
Mr. Glaeser,

I am unable to send you my CV via email, as we are not currently "friends" on LAnd8Lounge. However, I have attached a PDF to this comment, and my friend request is pending.

-Phil Moorehead

phil_moorehead_CV.pdf
 
 
 

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