Landscape Architecture Portfolio Thomas Kyd
Uploaded by thomas_kyd on 05/17/2013
Digital publication details: 24 pages.
Undergrad Landscape Architecture Portfolio, Purdue University Dept. of Landscape Architecture
Uploaded by daniel.j.schuler on 06/15/2010
Digital publication details: 21 pages.
A collection of work from my 5 year Landscape Architecture Undergraduate program at Penn State University.
Uploaded by mqp5082 on 03/13/2013
Digital publication details: 36 pages.
[Brett Kordenbrock] This portfolio is a compilation of graduate work as well as personal contributions and explorations. A majority of the work is a product of urban landscape studio's at the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University in pursuit of a Master of Landscape Architecture degree.
Uploaded by bkordenbrock on 03/08/2013
Digital publication details: 114 pages.
This portfolio showcases projects I created in my professional experience and while earning my BSLA at Colorado State University.
Uploaded by jay_courtney on 01/01/2013
Digital publication details: 64 pages.
Selected works from 2008-2011
Uploaded by moorats on 06/11/2011
Digital publication details: 57 pages.
Design work, Summer 2011 through Fall 2012
Uploaded by m_moffitt on 03/09/2013
Digital publication details: 31 pages.
A collection of work samples within the field of Landscape Architecture by Shea Tighe.Tighe recieved his BLA from the University of Georgia in 2008. He has worked for Edward D. Stone & Associates in Fort Lauderdale, FL and is currently with Byers Design Group in Charleston, SC.
Uploaded by stighe on 06/01/2011
Digital publication details: 38 pages.
Academic, Competition, + Professional Work
Uploaded by b_mcloughlin on 03/11/2013
Digital publication details: 50 pages.
The built environment has a profound impact on society's food systems by exerting influence on social, political, and economic discourse and by ordering spaces that inhibit/promote the production/consumption of food. Landscape architecture, as a discipline concerned with the design, planning, and management of the landscape, presents a significant potential for contributing to a food complex that is socially just, environmentally restorative, and furthers public health. The work of Leberecht Migge—an early 20th century German landscape architect who explicitly addressed the food complex—is presented and critically evaluated as a case study. A framework is proposed that situates the contemporary food complex as a multivalent phenomenon and describes its incorporation into the process and practice of landscape architecture through increased attention to landscape management and professional activities that involve mediation and advocacy in addition to design and planning.
Uploaded by citytomato on 04/23/2009
Digital publication details: 222 pages.