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Blog Posts

BIM in Landscape Architecture

As a profession, we have been quietly avoiding BIM. I know that CAD is nice, simple, and comfortable in its familiarity, but…


Posted by Lauren Schmidt on March 18, 2014 at 9:30am — 27 Comments

Is Our Flagship Publication Sending Out the Right Message?

Like many landscape designers and architects, I…


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