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What's Next for Landscape Architecture?


What’s Next for Landscape Architecture? LAF asked this question to attendees at the ASLA Annual Meeting EXPO in Boston. From the serious to the silly to the provocative, we got a great mix of responses from the leading practitioners, faculty, students, and others in the field. See the full range of answers on LAF’s Flickr Photostream.

We hope that your 2014 is off to a wonderful start, whatever the future holds!

  1. Landscape Architecture FoundationJan 22nd, 2014 1:02pm
    Landscape Architecture Foundation said:

    Well said!

  2. Pauline BurnesJan 22nd, 2014 12:52pm
    Pauline Burnes said:

    The Culture of Transportation is changing in America. A return to mass transit, more walking, bicycling, design of transportation systems in cities and rural areas that promote alternative modes of transportation is the wave of the future. Will we even have the automobile in another hundred years? Look at what our transportation systems were 100 years ago, in 1914.

    As we promote a more sustainable future, the transportation networks and how we engineer/design them need to be re-evaluated. The next generation needs to promote these designs, lobby and encourage funding for them.

    Pauline Burnes, Regional Landscape Architect, NYS Dept of Transportation Region 6 Southern Tier of New York State

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