Resumes, Portfolios, leave-behinds, mailers, digital and in print! Landscape Architects need to be able to showcase their work. Discuss the marketing materials we use to apply for jobs and show prospective clients here.See More
"I don't mind the "idea" of lounges, it's just the execution of the lounge that was poorly done, in my opinion. It bears little resemblance/reference to the human form that's intended to use it. They appear to not be used…"
"ps, good point about the Memorial benches inappropriate use, also , Thomas, but I hate that design in the memorial and hate it in the High Line..What exactly is that design good for? And the people who worked on the Memorial wanted to commemorate…"
"Yeah, those things you call 'lounges' Thomas - I really hate them..Why can we continuously RUIN something as old as a bench, for goodness sakes..I have one college, an LA who does most of our big designs, who has a personal hatred for…"
"As noted earlier, it's interesting that the design strives to recapture the condition of the tracks after they had gone unused for decades, only with a veneer of "style". Urban decay had given the raised platform a unique character…"
"I guess it depends on how you want to critique it. It is the only piece of landscape architecture that I have ever seen non-industry related people post about on Facebook so in that sense it is pretty successful."
"I think that is a really important point, Jason, how high-maintenance his design is, just to appear natural.. This goes against the basic tenets of ecological design, sustainable design. He would have been better off creating some kind of matrix and…"
"Corner is known for his 'ecological' types of plantings. The High Line is one of the most intensely cultivated parts of NYC. It just looks naturalistic. The special soils, the irrigation, the constant pruning, thinning, and weeding...its…"
"I have two comments on the Highl Line design - I think 'feathered paving' is a very weak design element, difficult to maintain, prone to construction problems, and something that looks better in plan than when walking with one's…"
Is this one of the more complete designs? I'm trying to critique this design, but couldn't find much to do so.I read an article from Landscape Architecture Magazine about taking it's original natural essence. Also found issues with the wood they you used as it came from the rain forest area.I was wandering if anyone had critical thoughts about this designSee More
Hello, I'm currently a freshman environmental science major. I'm on the planning and administration track, which means I'm taking a combination of ecology courses, political science courses, and geography courses (including urban planning, physical…Continue
I'm designing a home in Temecula, CA, Zone 10, where i'd like to have a tree growing inside and the same kind of tree outside. Both indoor and outdoor spaces receive partial to full sun depending on the time of day.I have 2 questions:- The height…Continue
Hello all,I'm in the midst of moving and clearing out my la school supplies following graduation from the MLA program at Morgan state university.The supplies got me through school and would love to pass onto an incoming student. I've got velum…Continue
I’m planning to go for higher studies. Currently I’m a graduated with four year Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons) degree. Now I’m willing to practice landscape architecture. But in near future I’m planning to have higher studies.What are the…Continue