Reimagine and retrofit urban and suburban cemeteries to ensure their sustainability for future generations, and implement new cemetery design into our neighborhoods. These spaces will provide the community a platform to tell their stories, memorialize their culture and history, and most importantly to celebrate life.
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The Crenshaw Commons Women’s Center is designed as a model site providing a continuum of services to facilitate the transition into stable living for women who are homeless. A focus of this project is designing environments that strengthen social networks, to provide opportunities for connecting with self, peers and community. The design of program elements […]
Let me introduce you to the newest UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Capstone/Thesis graduate Class. Daniel Hector Guimera, Christina Johnson, Nathalia Sophia, Jack Haley, Tatiana Christoffersen and Kate Osgood. The cohort gave their final Capstone presentations on March 21, 2015 at Dodd Hall on main campus. Each presentation was innovative, detailed, imaginative and professional. Videos of […]
Tom Rau who teaches Plant Materials for Landscape Use, an elective course in our Landscape Architecture Certificate Program, is consider by Sunset Magazine to be a Local Hero!
April 18, 2015 from 9:30 – 11:30 am in room 202 @ 10920 Lindbrook Drive, Los Angeles, for the next information session about the Landscape Architecture Certificate. Alumni, current students, instructors, and staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. We will also be raffling off a free class and offering […]