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

The Landscape Architecture Podcast Michael Todoran

    • Arts
    • 4.6 • 58 Ratings

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

    Sandra Vlock

    Sandra Vlock

    As an architect of contemporary architectural design and now working as an artist, my focus is to engage people in a shared experience; capturing an authentic sense of place, context and narrative. I view the integration of Fine Art & Architectural Elements offered through my newest venture, Studio Vlock, as a natural evolution of that vision; one that enables me to design pieces that inspire memorable experiences and create unique environments for social gathering, quiet reflection, and visual delight.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    Dr. Ghazal Jafari, Ana María Durán Calisto, and Khensani De Klerk

    Dr. Ghazal Jafari, Ana María Durán Calisto, and Khensani De Klerk

    CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SPATIAL PRACTICE
    LABASH 2021 - SUNDAY, APRIL 11th 
    Dr. Ghazal Jafari, founding director of OPEN SYSTEMS / Landscape Infrastructure Lab, and currently an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Virginia. Khensani de Klerk, an architectural designer and planner from Johannseburg, and co-founder and director of MatriArchi(tecture); Ana María Durán Calisto, co-founder of Estudio A0, a lecturer at Yale University Architecture, and doctoral candidate at UCLA.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Billy Fleming

    Billy Fleming

    Wilks Family Director, Ian L. McHarg Center

    Billy Fleming is the Wilks Family Director of the Ian L. McHarg Center in the Weitzman School of Design, a senior fellow with Data for Progress, and co-director of the "climate + community project." His fellowship with Data for Progress has focused on the built environment impacts of climate change, and resulted most prominently in the publication of low-carbon public housing policy briefs tied to the “Green New Deal for Public Housing Act” introduced in 20

    • 41 min
    Julie Taylor

    Julie Taylor

    https://taylor-pr.com/

    Taylor & Company is the PR firm with the creativity, quality, expertise, and tenacity to achieve effective and impressive results for clients in architecture, design, and furniture.

    • 1 hr
    Joey Santore

    Joey Santore

    https://www.larchitect.org/
    "Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't" is A Low-Brow, Crass Approach to Plant Ecology & Evolution as muttered by a Misanthropic Chicago Italian. Amidst mild profanity and general irreverence, we examine plant life (the base of Earth's food chain) and the nature of the rocks and soil they grow on, as well as the evolutionary adaptations that enable them to do what they do. Thanks for reading. Have a great day and go f**k yourself.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Antoine Kunsch, Elisa Read Pappaterra, Clark Stevens

    Antoine Kunsch, Elisa Read Pappaterra, Clark Stevens

    https://defensiblespace.org/

    To increase wildfire resilience and maintain habitat quality in the Southern California Wildland Urban interface (WUI)

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

wjmillerpla ,

Excellent podcast for and about Landscape Architects

Michael Toderan’s podcast is an incredible window into the diversity of landscape architecture practice and thought. The breadth of interview topics and people is amazing. Michael skillfully leads conversations that flow naturally from projects to current issues in design to our role and responsibility as landscape architects to ensure environmental, social, and racial justice.
The Landscape Architecture Podcast is a great resource. Always looking forward to the next episode!

dawgmatic ,

Wokescape Podcast.

It’s like Leslie Knope and Vox had a baby.

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!

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