Elka Torpey, "Landscape architect
," Career Outlook, U.S.
"The life of a building may be forty to fifty years; the life of a landscape architect
project can be so much longer than that," he says.
She concluded that from a landscape architect
's perspective, local identity must be protected, ecological diversity embraced and artificial treatments chosen wisely.
For a new home, that might mean contacting the landscape architect
even before construction begins.
Velegrinis has previously worked with a variety of global practices including Woods Bagot, GCLA Landscape Architects
and ICN Design International, as well as for government and municipal bodies such as Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority and the City Of Yarra, Melbourne, Australia.
You can start a career as a landscape architect
by completing either a degree in landscape architecture accredited by the Landscape Institute (LI), or an accredited postgraduate course (if you already have a degree in a related subject).
She holds a landscape architect
license in Washington state, and she is also an accredited professional with the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association.
The brief to designers, architects, landscape architects
, artists and students under 34 was to work on ideas to solve the area's problems and improve how it looks and works.
Jo worked as a landscape architect
at the Bristol office of design firm BDP, alongside her boyfriend Greg Reardon, 27.
Craig Bergmann, a landscape architect
in Wilmette, Ill., noticed that the submerged lamps in the pond were topped with bronze covers with a lily pad motif.
Regarding the sidebar "Green Jobs Under Your Nose" (September-October 2009), which mentioned Landscape Architect
as a job title and the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD) as a resource, we would like to point out that APLD's 1,300 members focus on residential and garden design and cannot, by law, be called landscape architects
Myers discusses the work of Andrea Cochran, a California based landscape architect