Leslie B Wagle
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Urban Green Space Thoughts that may guide or inspire LA's

I read "The Poetry of the Urban Landscape" from this series this morning, but here is the opening article (others linked at bottom of text). It may take some time but maybe after absorbing parts,…Continue

Started Apr 14

Retreat to Reddit?
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Please refer to this story for context (click to get past Forbes' entry screen if you get that):…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leslie B Wagle Apr 10.

Rock on the Wall
5 Replies

Here is a piece of art I really don't understand, which leaves me cold, and I'm definitely not against art. I don't think I'm offended by the expense, since we lavish money on other pieces even if…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig Anthony Sep 14, 2014.

Graphic depictions of rising sea effects on coastal cities
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A rendering project by someone: …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason T. Radice May 29, 2014.

 

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Leslie B Wagle replied to J. Robert Wainner's discussion 'You Can't Think Without..........FOCUS!'
"I'm not sure there's anything wrong with what they said but it would probably be more familiar to me stated differently. In other words, it's their answer to attaining "success," but there are various links in google for…"
May 27
Rob Halpern replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Dream project question'
"Not at all. When I visited Grounds For Sculpture in NJ I was immediately struck by the happy siting of suitable sculpture in perfect spaces. Like any art gallery, the setting completed the sculpture and the sculpture completed the setting."
May 2
Leslie B Wagle replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Retreat to Reddit?'
"Right, on Olmstead writing but his parents took a lively interest in nature, people, and places and helped him buy a farm when young and eye problems prevented his progress in college. He also seemed to focus on learning agricultural matters as…"
Apr 10
Andrew Garulay, RLA replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Retreat to Reddit?'
"It WAS a nice change of pace from recent threads. I have no problem with people changing careers as they may. Olmsted started off as a journalist, if I'm not mistaken. This guy in the article is doing a similar thing in reverse. I think it…"
Apr 9
Leslie B Wagle replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Retreat to Reddit?'
"Well the article doesn't tell the whole story and maybe he got an irresistible (to a young person) offer and most of us never face such a distraction. I'm not inclined to think it was a language problem since he can write. He had a…"
Apr 9
J. Robert Wainner replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Retreat to Reddit?'
"I would really like to weigh in on this one! I read the info. and background on the young Landscape Architect.....who decided, Landscape Architect just wasn't for him, that instead, he would go write & submit articles on Reddit. I think if…"
Apr 9
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"Andrew Garulay, RLA had the best answer to the current baffled interpretations of Trump voting earlier in the topic  Yes - I could change my mind - but I think things are actually more business as usual than the press wants them to be.…"
Mar 20
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"Craig, I find the rescue question a profound one I might want to answer you privately. Just a quick thought on the effectiveness of both rallies and protests, which I think are fundamentally the same. They pump up the already-converted; but…"
Mar 20
Leslie B Wagle replied to T Khuu's discussion 'Please help identify these zone 7 evergreen'
"Elderberry is big shrub with compound leaf....& big flat white flower clusters and later small purple berries. Main characteristic we found from husband buying some to hopefully make wine is you can't count on it to grow in a particular…"
Feb 3
Leslie B Wagle replied to T Khuu's discussion 'Please help identify these zone 7 evergreen'
"I thought of Photinia too. Pretty common in N.C. but you'd have to look for bronzy new growth for an additional clue."
Feb 3
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"By the time I answered I didn't notice the reference close to the top and thought you were just referring to Bob's overall position(s). We may have a Muslim president some day, and it's fine with me as that alone doesn't present…"
Jan 27
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"Yeah I gave myself a few hours to think about what to say. Why doesn't it seem obvious that calling other people "hate filled" just might get a little bit in the way of an "honest, intelligent conversation"? The most hate…"
Jan 26
Leslie B Wagle replied to J. Robert Wainner's discussion 'LA's searching for a JOB....a few suggestions.'
"I think there is some disconnect between mental images of what people are discussing...John is thinking about "quick hand sketches" and not laborious hand renderings...and others have in mind efficient use of software vs. magazine level…"
Dec 22, 2016
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"The weak link is that part about people churning their earnings back into the community.... a dynamic dependent on having a foundation of adequate JOBS; yet nobody seemed to be nearly as concerned about how to grow that very essential condition…"
Dec 20, 2016
Leslie B Wagle replied to ida's discussion 'Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects?'
"I think it wasn't free market ideals alone as much as a blend with a social engineering agenda (let's get everybody into a home whether traditionally qualified or not) that the market responded to, then followed up with some pretty…"
Dec 20, 2016
Leslie B Wagle replied to Jon Pride's discussion 'L.A.'s who seek licensure in CA but don't qualify?'
"This is just study material I stumbled into, that may help with the CSE: http://www.cselandscapearchitect.com/2012/12/23/12-days-of-quizzes-day-6-native-plants-and-planting-design-quiz/"
Dec 19, 2016

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At 1:09pm on July 17, 2011, Chris Brown said…

HI, Leslie

                My name is Chris Brown and I am a student currently enrolled in the young scholars program at the University of Maryland and in was wondering if you would be interested in answering two to three short questions for me about your experiences in landscape architecture. I’m very interested in this profession and I would love to hear about it personally from you. Thanks so much for your time and consideration and I can’t wait to hear from you!!    Sincerely, Chris Brown

At 6:27am on April 2, 2011, Andrew Garulay, RLA said…

You just took a 65 post chaotic discussion and made it all make sense in an understandable way in a single post. I wish I could write that well because I meant exactly what you are saying, but no matter what I do, it just does not come off that way.

 

... I see this is not the first time you impressed me.

At 6:44pm on August 21, 2010, Andrew Garulay, RLA said…
Leslie,

Your post on the state of the profession described exactly what I see and have seen. It is interesting to hear the same assessment from someone sitting on the other side of the table (regulator vs. consultant).
 
 
 

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Usage of Native Plant Material in Landscape Architecture 52 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 Jay S Burke 19 hours ago.

Driveway Grades Between Two Story Self Storage Buildings 1 Reply

Hi!Anyone know the maximum grade that would work between self storage buildings with a basement. Buildings are 65' to 75' wide, upper story and a basement story, 10' ceilings. Uhaul and Ryder trucks will need to negotiate slopes without scraping.Continue

Tags: development, commercial, storage, self, design

Started by Richard Freeland in GENERAL DISCUSSION. Last reply by Andrew Garulay, RLA on Saturday.

Career change at 41 11 Replies

Hi,I've been a 3D graphics artist for over 20 years and considering retraining as a Landscape Architect, having been accepted into a two-year MLA conversion program in the UK.  But before I do so, I am wondering, is it too late to change career at…Continue

Started by Gia Sadhwani in EDUCATION. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner on Saturday.

Trump as President? Meaning for Landscape Architects? 104 Replies

Trump promises a lot of deregulation, a lot of infrastructure building, jobs, economic growth, and, he's an experienced developer... so how do you think his presidency will impact our profession? Will we see more projects coming in? Less red tape?…Continue

Tags: Trump, politics, President

Started by ida in GENERAL DISCUSSION. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner Jun 12.

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