Landscape as Necessity Debate Series If you missed the first lecture in this series, make sure you don’t miss this one! Featuring James Burnett from OJB in Solana Beach and Mark Rios from Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles and moderated by our very own Director, Stephanie Landregan, this lecture/debate is sure to by engaging and enlightening. Event starts […]
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On Saturday August 1, 2015 at 9:30am, we will be hosting our Summer Open House. The Landscape Architecture Program offers high-quality courses to help you reach your professional and personal goals. If you are interested in landscape architecture and would like to get more information about our program, curriculum and career opportunities within the profession, please […]
On July 12th at 2:30pm the Student Chapter of ASLA hosted the 37th Annual UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program’s Student Show. The Show Reception is the kick-off event to the month long Landscape Architecture show displayed at 1010 Westwood blvd., in Westwood Village. Stop by to see projects from a multitude of courses within the […]
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 […]
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 […]
Overcrowding, excessive buildings and concrete, and negative environmental stimuli lead to unhealthy mental and physical stress for people living in dense urban cities. Restorative landscapes, woven into the existing grid, that are focused on quality of mind, body, and community, will incorporate nature’s benefits, support social connections, and promote daily physical activity, via a green […]
This project aims to transform underutilized urban areas that have been gragmented or occupied by roadways, waterways, and utility corridors into a unified, publicly accessible green space. UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation. Instructors Patrick Reynolds & Eileen Alduenda.