Thomas Vorio
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Thomas Vorio is now a member of Land8
Sep 27, 2013

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Student
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UCONN
Personal Website:
http://www.thomasvorio.com
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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/thomas-vorio/11/643/60a
Favorite Designers
Hoerr Schaudt Architects, Piet Oudolf
Other Crafts/ Interests
Gardening, Container Gardening, Wild Flower Meadows, Rainwater Harvesting, Spirituality including Reiki and Mindfulness

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Dream project question

I just wonder how other LA's will respond.Do you have one "ideal project" that you would like to work on in your life? And have you had that chance or not and why? By this I mean a project type that reflects what you think is the core attraction for…Continue

Started by Leslie B Wagle in STORY BOARD 3 hours ago.

Getting an education abroad? 17 Replies

I'm thinking about attending grad school for LA and I am looking for advice on being educated abroad? I really want to live in Europe again (Scandinavia ideally), but getting my master's there would mean not being a certified landscape architect in…Continue

Tags: masters, abroad

Started by Paige in EDUCATION. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner 23 hours ago.

LandworksCAD Lt or Pro versus Vectorworks Landmark 18 Replies

I'd like to hear what people have to say about these two drafting programs.  If one better than the other?  I'm getting ready to purchase, and I'm having a hard time deciding which way to go.  I haven't been able to find reviews that are prompted by…Continue

Started by Kathy Robert in STORY BOARD. Last reply by Kathy Robert yesterday.

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