Save the Date: Fall Thesis Presentations November 15th, 2014 121 Dodd Hall Times and Program to follow
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Models and books and boards galore! The 2014 UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Student Show is almost completely hung! Be sure to check out the Opening on July 13th. You can RSVP here: http://www.uclaextension.edu/landarchshow. Or, you can view the show anytime the 1010 building is open between July 13th and August 15th.
Dear Fellow Students, Your ASLA student chapter needs your assistance with the Student Show coming up in just a few weeks. We need volunteers for the following dates: DAY/DATE, SHIFTS, TO HELP WITH….. Saturday June 28th 9 am – 2 pm (THESIS STUDENTS ONLY) Thesis students will be hanging their work on this day. Sunday June […]
Dear Fellow Students, The Student Show is approaching quickly and your Student Chapter of ASLA is requesting your “best and brightest” projects to be displayed at 1010 Westwood Blvd during June, July and August. Your projects will be seen by Landscape Architect professionals on July 11 and they will be judged and possibly awarded. We […]
“Building Resilient Coasts: A New Approach in Oxnard” by Emily Hope, Spring 2014 Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation
Using sustainable design methods, nature takes back damaged systems while community space that allows for balanced interaction between people and nature is developed. Rather than implementing barriers that attempt to control the ocean, we return life and resilience to our coastal/urban edges. Spring 2014 UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation, Instructors Jim Pickel and Meg Coffee.
“Securing the Line: A Multi-Modal Plan for the Los Angeles Waterfront” by Emily Voges, Spring 2014 Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation
Abandoned railroad tracks, roadways and under-used parking lot cause community disconnect, pollution and lack of public space at the port of Los Angeles. This project proposes to re-align, add and interconnect existing circulation routes into vibrant multi-modal strands that link port history, ecology, accessibility and economic activity. Spring 2014 UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation, Instructors Jim […]
Transforming three traditional schoolyards into dynamic “learnscapes”, each with a unique curriculum and connected by a tree-lined corridor. Spring 2014 UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation, Instructors Jim Pickel and Meg Coffee.