Happy Earth Day from UW and the Department of Landscape Architecture!

Happy Earth Day from UW and the Department of Landscape Architecture! ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Association of Professional Landscape Designers International Design Conference: Design at the Intersection of Vision, Community & Resilience will be in Seattle, July 25-29. 

For more information and to register: https://www.apld.org/apld-conference/

Association of Professional Landscape Designers International Design Conference: "Design at the Intersection of Vision, Community & Resilience" will be in Seattle, July 25-29.

For more information and to register: www.apld.org/apld-conference/ ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

We are pleased to announce and welcome Assistant Professor Catherine De Almeida, ASLA to our faculty this upcoming Autumn Quarter 2019.  Read more about our newest faculty member here: http://discover.uw.edu/v/I0P0LAp0x0nd8y0T0w0QO01

We are pleased to announce and welcome Assistant Professor Catherine De Almeida, ASLA to our faculty this upcoming Autumn Quarter 2019. Read more about our newest faculty member here: discover.uw.edu/v/I0P0LAp0x0nd8y0T0w0QO01 ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

CBE Career Fair! Happening now in Gould Court.

CBE Career Fair! Happening now in Gould Court. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Have you spotted the Bio-Barge? A pilot project of the UW Green Futures Lab, the Bio-Barge is inspired by generations of floating wetland structure projects around the world. Four bio-barges have been assembled and are currently “growing out” at the Port of Seattle Terminal 102 on Harbor Island. The Bio-Barge project provides “stepping stones” for migratory salmon by improving water quality and generating food sources. Soon, the barges will be towed to a different site. Studies will indicate if the plants draw up pollutants through their roots, which are suspended in the water column, while providing shade and protection for salmon. The Bio-Barge advances environmental justice and supports the Duwamish River cleanup. The project also supports opportunities for community science activities. If you would like to get involved, please let the UW Green Futures Lab know via https://goo.gl/forms/4B0OZF32g4hWDG8P2 or email Adrienne at ahampton@uw.edu Support for the Bio-Barge was provided by the Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund, a grant making fund created by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Great turnout at the PAC Portfolio Review on Monday. Thanks to everyone who participated!

Great turnout at the PAC Portfolio Review on Monday. Thanks to everyone who participated! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Hope to see you at the Hip Hop Architecture lecture tonight! www.wbur.org/…/…/hip-hop-architecture-urban-planningWe are hosting the Dean's Distinguished Lecture this evening in Kane Hall with guest speaker Michael Ford, a featured architect with BRANDNU Design. Can't make it in person? Tune in tonight at 6:30pm PDT to watch the live webcast and hear Michael Ford speak about his mission to increase the number of underrepresented populations in architecture and urban planning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v3k_2KlojU ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Two upcoming meetings for current students interested in Design Activism in Action: Thursday, April 11 at 6pm and Friday, April 12 at 5:30pm in Gould Court. 

Want to get involved with fellow students, work on networking, and design and build? 

Think Outside the Park is a new group on campus and we are looking for designers that are interested in applying what we have learned through classes and studios in the realm of design activism. We will be working toward a physical goal of art/design installation in August for the Design in Public festival. There will be research, design, community outreach, grant writing, and physical installation components for this project (basically something for everyone).

Two upcoming meetings for current students interested in Design Activism in Action: Thursday, April 11 at 6pm and Friday, April 12 at 5:30pm in Gould Court.

"Want to get involved with fellow students, work on networking, and design and build?

Think Outside the Park is a new group on campus and we are looking for designers that are interested in applying what we have learned through classes and studios in the realm of design activism. We will be working toward a physical goal of art/design installation in August for the Design in Public festival. There will be research, design, community outreach, grant writing, and physical installation components for this project (basically something for everyone)." ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

A few photos from last weekends drawing workshop with Janelle Johnson of Omni Ecosystems. 

You can learn more about our Drawing in Design series on our website: larch.be.uw.edu/features/design-in-drawing

A few photos from last weekend's drawing workshop with Janelle Johnson of Omni Ecosystems.

You can learn more about our Drawing in Design series on our website: larch.be.uw.edu/features/design-in-drawing ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

 

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