January 25, 2018

Berkshire Botanical Garden – Summer Horticultural Internship

This unique summer internship program offers the student the opportunity to work with and learn from two public gardens. Berkshire Botanical Garden is a not-for-profit public garden established in 1934. Located on 15 rural acres, the Garden consists of 26 display gardens, several specialty collections, and three greenhouses. Naumkeag, a Gilded Age-style estate, is a…

Swift Co. – Summer Intern

Swift Company is a group of landscape architects and urban designers committed to context-driven designs that build on the fundamental circumstance of each place. Founded in 1982, the firm has focused on the planning and design of landscapes, urban environments and open spaces in the West. Swift Company has earned a valued reputation for design…

Johnson+Southerland – Intern

J+S offers seeks an individual with solid skills in the Adobe Suite and a strong sense of graphic design to help prepare presentations and documents for community-based public use projects. The intern may also assist at public meetings and with other office tasks including drafting and marketing. We try to expose interns to a variety…

Site Workshop – Summer Intern

If you are currently enrolled in a landscape architecture program, we want you to spend the summer in Seattle as our intern. That’s full time for ten weeks. You’ll spend half of the internship on a special research project. The rest of the time you’ll be actively contributing to our project work, improving your documentation…

January 5, 2016

Positive disruption: Puget Sound’s best civic tech projects of 2015

Interested in how technology can help solve civic problems? Check out this recent Crosscut article which addresses how technology can give new urgency to conversations about equity, affordability, and the digital divide.

December 24, 2015

UW LArch alumnus Harley Pan’s Floating Wetlands documentary

For the past two years, MLA student Matthew MacDonald (2016) has been studying the viability and effectiveness of floating wetlands to improve local water quality. The research has been conducted in partnership with UW Larch / UW CBE and Green Futures Lab, with support from King County, Washington Conservation Corps, and Society of Wetland Scientists….

December 1, 2015

Autumn Quarter Final Review Schedule

FRI 12/4 LA 300 – Creating Open Space for the Frye Art Museum (Smith) 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Community Design Building WED 12/9 LA 301A – Understanding Landscapes: Introduction to Landscape and Design (Lewis) 12:00 – 2:30 p.m. Gould 110 + Gould Court LA 301B – SITE / finding . reading . designing [Design Foundation…

November 3, 2015

Will Yesler Terrace Retain its Spirit?

Professor Lynne Manzo‘s research on public housing redevelopment is referenced in this Seattle Times article on Yesler Terrace.  Check it out here.

October 7, 2015

Upcoming Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Information Meetings.

Interested in landscape architecture? Attend one of our upcoming Bachelor of Landscape Architecture information meetings to learn more about the program! They will be held on the following dates: Thursday, October 22, 2015, 12:30-1:20, Gould 142 Thursday, November 12, 2015, 12:30-1:20, Gould 142 Thursday, December 10, 2015, 12:30-1:20, Gould 142 Thursday, January 14, 2015, 12:30-1:20,…

October 4, 2015

Congratulations to our 2015 ASLA student award winners!

This years winners include: Honor Award in General Design: Elizabeth Anderson, MLA ’14 – Deconstructing Hydrologies: Reviving the Memory of Water in Dumbarton Oaks Park Honor Award in Community Service: Biruk Belay, Scott Boetjer, Chiu-Hau Chang, Janice Chen, Shih Chiu, Cami Culbertson, Ann Dinthongsai, Machiyo Fuji, Graham Golbuff, Shu-Kuei Hsu, Lindsey Gadbois, Eunice Lo, Caitlyn…

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