So You Want to be a Landscape Architect? by Tony Palmer

So You Want To Be A Landscape Architect?

  • Many people recognise the art involved with landscape architecture. However, some don’t stop to think about the science that is involved as well. This is science that goes beyond botany to include soil sampling, plant biotechnology, microbial molecular biology, and computer aided drafting to name just a few. In addition to gaining expertise in horticulture and design, landscape architects also learn about the human dynamics that influence land use and environmental design. Computer proficiency is also necessary. Drafting and other programs are often an integral part of a landscape architects daily work. Some of the other computer knowledge architects are expected to have experience with include graphic design, digital mapping and imaging, and the application of information technology
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