A plan that brings the sense of wonder and joy of play to urban environments to enhance a sense of place and improve the day-to-day experience. The transformation and connection of streets, parkland, and remnant spaces by infusion of art, color, light, and natural elements creates vibrant, walkable, and more sustainable communities. UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture […]
Tag Archives | Fall 2013
4 wonderful ladies completed their Thesis Presentations back in November 2014. Please watch these fantastic projects to see what our graduates are capable of and get some new ideas for the future! Libby Simon, A Community Friendly Streetscape Revitalization of Historic Urban Cores Karen Madrid, The HealthScape Project: Barlow Hospital Zara Jane L. Gomez, Panorama City […]
Check out this gallery full of the great work our introductory students are doing in David Squires‘s Basic Drawing course!
Congratulations to our Fall 2013 Thesis Class! Libby Simon, Sharon Daily, Karen Madrid and Zara Gomez, along with Instructor Patrick Reynolds and Director Stephanie Landregan.
Lighting should not be runway lights lighting a sidewalk and uplights lighting the trees in a landscape. In the Fundamentals of Lighting course offered at UCLA Extension, Yvonne shares her unique knowledge with her students by combining her 20 years of experience designing and installing lighting with her extensive training from lighting experts. This course […]
David Tisherman on why you need to take his class, Design and Construction of Water Effects for the Landscape Industry
At one time or another, being a Landscape Architect, Landscape Designer or Architect, you will be involved with water in some way or another. Whether it be a pond, fountain, swimming pool or spa, this introductory class into the workings of aquatic construction and design techniques will be invaluable to you and your clients. In […]
There is an opening for a new librarian for our Landscape Architecture Library in room 315 of 1010 Westwood. The librarians have a variety of tasks such as intake of donations, check in/out of books, research of titles for fellow students, intake and distribution of past student work for instructors, etc. Librarians receive a credit […]
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