Landscape architecture design projects differ in scale and complexity, but all start with a big idea. This package of 2019 conference recordings explores the design process from a range of practitioners.
Webinars in package:
Drawing Matters: Exploring the Value of Drawing in Landscape Architecture - 1.5 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
Situation Normal: All Mocked Up - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Finding Design: Case Studies in the Creative Process - 1.25 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Drawing still matters. Rather than the familiar debate over digital versus hand graphics, this session explores the value of drawing as a process connected to seeing, thinking, and engaging throughout design.
Reaching beyond the constraints of their sites, landscape architects often create works that are striking, unique, and memorable in concept and realization. This session explores ways in which an active imagination and a creative spirit fuel the design process in the work of landscape architects known for their inspired designs.
Leaders at three prominent landscape architecture practices that focus on planted systems within their work explore planting mock-ups and plant trials. How can they aid or hinder the design and documentation process, help with plant sourcing and availability challenges, guide implementation, and ensure long-term success in planting strategies?