Landscape architect

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  • Landscape Architect Interview

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    On Thursday, November 20, 2015 I conducted an interview with Mr. Denis Nola, a Landscape Architect who is responsible for many of the spaces created at the University of Maryland. As my first experience interviewing a professional, I had to be prepared for any sort of unexpected event or hiccups in the dialogue such as: receiving responses that did not answer the question or lengthy answers that strayed from the question. Although this actually happened a few times, the overall experience of the

  • Landscape Architect: Landscaping And External Environment

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    In roughly the past 30 years, landscape architects have rose in their status. In this time the work of the landscape architect has become more necessary to the overall design of a project. Along with this becoming more complex and demanding, also has the landscaping and external environment. Landscape architects have an effect on this by having to agree to all the parts of legislative constraints and carry public liability insurance. This ensures no problems arise for third parties. The job of structural

  • College Admissions Essay: A Career As A Landscape Architect

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    First of all, I honestly did not know anything about the landscape architect. Since 6 years ago, a lot of knowledge that I have learned to become a landscape architect. Honestly, I do not interested with my school study as a civil engineering student so I decided to take this opportunity to try something new. I really do not know anything or even heard about landscape architecture. So, begin with my life as I took this course. I have to stay away from my family just to be here, but I knew and believe

  • Lawrence Halprin Was A Landscape Architect And Land Planner

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    Lawrence Halprin was a landscape architect and land planner whose concept of including the elements of a natural environment in his many projects and the internal design thought process that had him focus on how individuals interact within a public space were the two major aspects that contributed to his success. He designed his spaces to allow the visitors to not just pass though, but to exist in the space, and feel as they have a choice in which way they go. Most of his projects were not an attempt

  • Smart Growth Community

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    growth community in Malaysia. Towards building the community, the involvement of landscape architects who are capable and skillful in varies of aspects such as planning and designing is one the needs in visualising a smart growth community into reality. But through the process of creating it, there are few challenges that landscape architects in Malaysia should face and as for making it into reality, landscape architects need to overcome problems and challenges towards building a smart growth community

  • How Did Modernism Affected Landscape Architecture?

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    Did modernism ignore Landscape Architecture? Modernism landscape architecture is known as either a style or a movement in the arts, which has a main purpose to depart traditional forms to modern ideas. It began in the 18th century. Moving on, based on the Modernism, comes the Contemporary landscape architecture, which is more likely an expression of an idea that is more considered as a need and not as an architectural style. Contemporary architecture as told before, is not a style but most likely

  • Landscape Architecture: Did Modernism Ignore Landscape Architecture?

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    Did modernism ignore Landscape Architecture? Modernism landscape architecture is known as either a style or a movement in the arts, which has a main purpose to depart traditional forms to modern ideas. It begins, on the 18th century. Moving on, based on the Modernism, comes the Contemporary landscape architecture, which is more likely as an expression of an idea that is more considered as a need and not as an architectural style. Contemporary architecture as told before, is not a style but most

  • Biography of Carol Johnson

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    Carol Johnson, born September 6th 1929, is one of the leading ladies in the field of landscape architecture. She was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey and spent most of her childhood outside hiking and camping. The love for the outdoors was inspired by her parents; a lawyer and a school principal. According to Lewis (2014), the parents were avid and skilled gardeners who frequently talked to her about plants and nature. The family also vacationed on the Massachusetts island; she has memories of walking

  • Modern Landscape Design Is The Arrangement Of Environments For People

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    in the context of landscape design, is a result of forms and functions that reflect the need for outdoor living spaces that enhance contemporary lifestyles. As Garrett Eckbo, one of the central figures in modern landscape architecture, said, landscape design is the "arrangement of environments for people." Contemporary garden design tends to focus on scale as opposed to formal landscape designs that are based on axial relationships. It also foregoes the more classic landscape design forms and larger

  • Statement Of Purpose For Landscape Architecture

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    Three years ago, if someone asks me if I want to be a Landscape Architect, I would say No, I don’t even know what Landscape Architecture is. If anyone asks me the same question today, my answer is I don’t know what else I can be, other than a Landscape Architect. In my last year of L.Arch Undergraduate program, I started to think of what my future plan is, and what I want to achieve in my life in Landscape Architecture. I realized I have goals which can be achieved and dreams that can only be achieved

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