Landscape Architecture Days will feature a series of professional lectures in a hybrid format


Landscape architects design and maintain built and natural environments – from residences and parks to campuses and streetscapes – with the goal of strengthening communities by improving human and environmental health. United by this common goal, the annual Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture competition Landscape Architecture Days Spring Lecture Series brings together industry leaders, designers and students to catalyze dialogue about the profession and the responsible planning and design of future human endeavours.

Hosted by the CSU Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the 29and The annual LA Days schedule spans several weeks in March and April and offers virtual and hybrid options. The 2022 series includes five speakers representing the diversity of landscape architecture, with projects and expertise in areas such as urban design for equity, resilience and climate solutions.

Professor of Landscape Architecture, Kelly Curl says, “Our spring lecture series continually excites faculty, students and professionals around the world. We are excited to soon begin another year of inspiring and educational conferences.

Featured speakers include Lisa Switkin, who focuses on improving cities through the design of holistic and dynamic public spaces inspired by place, people and nature. Switkin is known for her effective leadership of complex public domain design projects, including her work on New York’s High Linean urban corridor built on an elevated historic railway line that creates more walkable ways to get around the city.

Location information and registration links are available on the LA Days Conference Series webpage.


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