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Sasha Anemone and Nell Crumbley LA6010 studio final review

Nell and Crubley

ULI Hines Student Competition –Spring 2019 (Hon. Mention)Students: AkshaiWilkinson, Sage Taber, Tim Dehm, JihannyHassun Professional Advisor: Mitch Glass

ULI

LA1420 studio

LA1420 studio drawing

Parking Day 2019

Parking day 2019

Student work by JiaMin Chen MLA '19 from Coney Island Graduate Studio with Peter Trowbridge and Mitch Glass

Chen

Student work by Parth Divekar MLA '18 from 3rd Year MLA Studio with Margot Lystra

Divekar

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Cornell University offers accredited, license-qualifying landscape architecture degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The undergraduate landscape architecture degree is the only one of its kind in the Ivy League. Both academic programs provide a sound grounding in theory and technology which is deployed through the design studio and supplemental courses that inform the design process.

Due to its unique position within the university, the Department of Landscape Architecture promotes interaction and collaboration with other academic fields, including horticulture, architecture, city and regional planning, fine arts, and the natural and social sciences.

 

Faculty Spotlight

Sherene Baugher

Sherene Baugher

An historic archaeologist and preservationist, Sherene Baugher is Director of the Cornell’s Inter-college and Interdisciplinary Archaeology Program. She is active both in archaeological and cultural landscape research.

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Hudson River

Climate-adaptive Design studio

Mar 26, 2020

The banks of the Hudson River shore at Ossining, New York, may seem tranquil now, but the Westchester County town – and other villages along the river – face a watery future: Due to projected climate change effects, the Hudson is rising.  Read more....

Several men and women sitting with their back to the camera looking at colorful posters of landscape architecture

NYC-based landscape architecture course a first

Oct 15, 2019

This past summer, Cornell landscape architecture students examined complicated redevelopment questions regarding post-industrial sites in New York City and designed their own projects.

Two female students outside bending over a bucket containing samples from a nearby stream.

Grants create engagement opportunities for students

Aug 20, 2019

The Office of Engagement Initiatives has awarded $1,307,580 in Engaged Curriculum Grants to 25 teams of faculty and community partners that are integrating community engagement into majors and minors across the university.