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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

Welcome

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

Zaneta Hong

Zaneta Hong

Zaneta Hong is an Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture. Trained as a landscape architect and industrial designer, her teaching and research focus centers on material ecologies, landscape technologies and sustainable practices. Prior to her arrival at Cornell, she worked at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, University of Virginia, and University of Texas in Austin. Her work has been recognized by the Graham Foundation and Environmental Design Research Association, and she was recently awarded the 2018-19 Garden Club of America Rome Prize Fellowship, MacDowell Fellowship and Certificate of Teaching Excellence by the Derek Bok Center. Her ongoing research has appeared in numerous publications including Innovations in Landscape Architecture, Living Systems: Innovative Materials & Technologies for Landscape Architecture, International Journal of Interior Architecture & Spatial Design, and Journal of Landscape Architecture. In addition to teaching, Zaneta is the Co-Director of Alterior Office and a Research + Design Consultant for GA Collaborative.

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student asla award 2021

2021 Student ASLA Award for Kingsbury Run Nature Reserve: Collective Re-imagination

Nov 9, 2021

Please congratulate Lok Tim Chan, Student ASLA; Eric Zhenrui Mei, Student ASLA; Echo Xingjian Wang, Student ASLA and Faculty Advisor Mitch Glass, ASLA for their Student ASLA Award.

2021 student asla award

2021 Student ASLA Awards for Laces, Ties and Knots

Nov 9, 2021

Please congratulate Shanni Jin; Xinyue (Hope) Shen, Student ASLA; Lai Ching Tsui, Student ASLA and
Faculty Advisor Mitch Glass, ASLA for their 2021 Student ASLA Award.

Walter Hood

The Department of Landscape Architecture is proud to welcome Walter Hood

Oct 5, 2021

The Department of Landscape Architecture is proud to welcome Walter Hood, who will deliver the 2021 Professor Marvin I. Adleman Memorial Lecture on Thursday October 7 at 5:00 EST. This virtual lecture is open to the public.

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Walter Hood is Founder and Creative Director of Hood Design Studio of Oakland, CA, a cultural practice, working across art, fabrication, design, landscape, research and urbanism. Hood, a 2019 recipient of the MacArthur Genius Grant, is the David K. Woo Chair and the Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. Walter and his studio create urban spaces that resonate with and enrich the lives of current residents while also honoring communal histories. Hood melds architectural and fine arts expertise with a commitment to designing ecologically sustainable public spaces that empower marginalized communities. Over his career, he has transformed traffic islands, vacant lots, and freeway underpasses into spaces that challenge the legacy of neglect of urban neighborhoods. Through engagement with community members, he teases out the natural and social histories as well as current residents’ shared patterns and practices of use and aspirations for a place.
 
The annual Adleman Memorial Lecture is endowed by Cornell landscape architecture alumnus Michael R. Van Valkenburgh ’73 and his wife, Caroline, in honor of the late Marvin I. Adleman, professor emeritus of landscape architecture. “Professor Adleman was a giant in the field of landscape architecture, and it is fitting that a luminary like Michael Van Valkenburgh would name a lecture series in his honor,” said Timothy Baird, professor and chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture.
 

Two Landscape Architecture Alumni are to be named ASLA Fellows

Jun 17, 2021

The Department of Landscape Architecture would like to congratulate Steve Lefton and Elizabeth Kennedy on being named ASLA Fellows.