46 episodes

A Platform to Elevate and Connect Voices within Landscape Architecture

OUR MISSION
To record and share the stories, intentions, and impacts of emerging and established landscape architects.

WHY?
As landscape architecture's role expands to shape both physical and socioeconomic spaces, we can increase our contributions to environmental impact, social justice, and new roles yet to be seen by broadcasting the profession's diverse voices and their associated discussions.

By capturing and expanding the dialogue of important issues within our field, we aim to amplify the current and future conversations that shape the ever-evolving field of landscape architecture.

The Landscape Architecture Podcast Michael Todoran

    • Arts
    • 4.7, 44 Ratings

A Platform to Elevate and Connect Voices within Landscape Architecture

OUR MISSION
To record and share the stories, intentions, and impacts of emerging and established landscape architects.

WHY?
As landscape architecture's role expands to shape both physical and socioeconomic spaces, we can increase our contributions to environmental impact, social justice, and new roles yet to be seen by broadcasting the profession's diverse voices and their associated discussions.

By capturing and expanding the dialogue of important issues within our field, we aim to amplify the current and future conversations that shape the ever-evolving field of landscape architecture.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

landielizard214 ,

Love the podcast, lose the guitar plz

First of all I love this podcast. I am very glad that landscape architecture has a podcast presence and I appreciate all the work that goes into it.

However, the slow guitar intro and outro on some of the recent episodes is driving me crazy! I don’t think it fits the vibe at all. Every time I hear it I impulsively want to turn it off.

I’m still gonna give five stars because I like the podcast, but please reconsider the music!

joee12142 ,

Introductions and advertising takes more time than actual content.

Introductions and advertising takes more time than actual content.

tomhklein ,

Room for improvement

The overall production quality and preparation by the host are lacking for me. The questions are often not framed in an interesting way, and the host jumps in too frequently and doesn’t allow the guests the room to tell their own story, often interjecting with his own perception or finishing their sentences. We need more of this in our field and I applaud this podcast for going for it but also hope to see improvement over time.

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