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Landscape and Public Space Design in the Information Age

This lecture is a review of how digital tools have revolutionized how we design, communicate, and build the constructed landscape. The first part of the lecture provides a brief introduction and history of the landscape architecture profession from Olmsted to the modernists. Today, contemporary practice has made a departure due to the advent of digital

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Rain Water Catchment in the Landscape

For designers, builders, and property owners, this talk will give an overview of the fundamentals of rainwater catchment using passive and active systems such as cisterns and infiltration basins. Current products on the market will be reviewed as well as looking at custom-built designs and materials appropriate for different settings. Dan Carney, a landscape architect