Landscape Architecture @UW

Do you have a project at UW addressing Landscape Architecture and cities, urbanism or the Seattle metropolitan region? If so we want to feature your work. Email us at with the following information:   project title, brief description, link, image and relevant tags

Built Environment (PhD)'s website

Built Environment (PhD)

Three fundamental areas of specialization in built environment knowledge and practice are offered within the BE Built Environment Doctoral Program: 1) sustainable systems and prototypes; 2) technology and project design/delivery; 3) history, theory, and representation studies. Each student will select one of these areas, within which she or he will take their advanced and specialized coursework and, eventually, conduct their dissertation research...

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    Green Futures Lab's website

    Green Futures Lab

    The Green Futures Lab mission is to support interdisciplinary research and design that advances our understanding of, visions for, and design of a vital and ecologically sustainable public realm. Apply Green Futures research and designs to policy develop potential urban green infrastructure solutions within Seattle and the Pacific Northwest region and work with the University of Washington, local communities and...

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    Landscape Architecture (BLA, MLA)'s website

    Landscape Architecture (BLA, MLA)

    At the University of Washington, we strive to create a program that meets the complex social, environmental, political, and aesthetic challenges of our time. Our program emphasis on urban ecological design addresses the multiple dimensions of today’s environmental challenges – infrastructure, culture, ecological literacy, and human and environmental health. With our focus on the intersection of urbanism, ecology, and...

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    Lake Union Lab's website

    Lake Union Lab

    Lake Union Laboratory (LULab) is a collaboratory research project created to explore the overlapping and interdependent social, environmental, economic and technological dynamics of the city, specifically the Lake Union area of Seattle, Washington. This project serves as a means to investigate how multi-disciplinary and transdisciplinary models of research can build on the foundations of explorations in the historical, the spatial,...

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    The Cities Collaboratory's website

    The Cities Collaboratory

    The Cities Collaboratory is a transdisciplinary research and teaching laboratory for the study of multiple dimensions of cities and urban processes. Based at the University of Washington, the Cities Collab seeks to challenge the way that cities are understood and reimagined as they meet twenty-first century challenges. Cities have long served as sites and agents of economic expansion, social innovation,...

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    The Informal Urban Communities Initiative's website

    The Informal Urban Communities Initiative

    The Informal Urban Communities Initiative | IUCI: The IUCI is a design activism, research and education program based in Lomas de Zapallal (LdZ), an informal urban settlement (slum) in northern Lima, Peru. It focuses on the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of community-driven interventions in the built environment and, in response to priorities articulated by community members, places particular emphasis on...

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    Center for Asian Urbanism's website

    Center for Asian Urbanism

    The Center for Asian Urbanism is established to promote and undertake interdisciplinary and collaborative research of urban conditions and processes in Asia and the “Global Pacific” – i.e. the relevancies of cities and city-regions in Asia to each other, to the Pacific Northwest of the U.S., and to the world at large. Specifically, the Center will integrate...

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    Daniel Abramson
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    Marina Alberti
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    Alex Anderson
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    Manish Chalana
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    Himanshu Grover
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    Jess Hamilton
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    Jeff Hou
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    Julie M. Johnson
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    Lynne Manzo
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    Robert Mugerauer
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    Jean Ni
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    Margaret O’Mara
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    Jeffrey Karl Ochsner
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    Andrew Prindle
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    Iain Robertson
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    Ben Spencer
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    Benjamin Spencer
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    Sharon E. Sutton
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    Anne Vernez-Moudon
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    Thaisa Way
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    Daniel Winterbottom
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