Could the saddest city in the land be the best place for landscape architects?

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Everybody’s got a great idea and a good many of us are drawn to landscape architecture because of the opportunity to fix problems that evolved from development patterns over the last century.  But … Continue reading

open call supergraphic – new poster

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Living Light

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There are a lot of sculptural light concepts around the studio this semester.  Here is one from Seoul that merges light sculpture and streaming air quality data in a public space.  plus they… Continue reading

Help Support Hillsborough St. Bike Lanes 1pm 11/3/09

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If you know how to ride a bike and don’t like being run over by cars, this is important to you! The Raleigh city council will vote on whether or not to reopen… Continue reading

open call – supergraphic

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The NCSU landscape architecture program is in the midst of reinventing itself. We look to be recognized not only within the College of Design, but also within the academic and professional realms at large. Moving toward these ends, the Student ASLA asks you to propose a new image for our department.

WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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Winners of the Interpretive Element competition have been announced.  Congratulations to Julie Murphy, Natalie Bunch, Tylila Pinkham, Nathan Bass, and Dan Putman.  And thanks to all who voted.  See their winning entries in… Continue reading

Southern Piedmont: Where NASCAR Meets the NASDAQ

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When Andrew Jackson roamed the hills of the Carolinas, northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee, it was still frontier, and for generations the southern Piedmont remained economically and culturally isolated.  Today, however, Old Hickory… Continue reading

10.28.2009 Minutes Posted

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ASLA Publication Meeting FRIDAY 10/30 NOON Brooks 303

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Good Day! This is just to announce that the first ASLA publication meeting will be tomorrow FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 @ NOON (as decided in the meeting yesterday) in Brooks 303. For those of… Continue reading

Announcement – Mark Johnson Lunch Monday

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