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Logo - Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System
Drawing from the Experiential Qualities of Wild Landscapes
Registration Eligibility Registration is not limited
Start Date 01/12/2018
End Date 01/12/2018
Description Naturally occurring landscapes can offer inspiration that goes beyond their structure and species composition. Landscape architect Toby Wolf demonstrates how the experiential qualities of wild places can be translated into designed landscapes—urban or suburban, large or small, planted or paved—that feel authentic, immediate, and alive. This lecture is part of the 29th annual New Directions in the American (NDAL) landscape.
Location Blue Bell, PA
Distance Learning No
Course Equivalency No
Subjects Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare Yes
Hours 1.0
Learning Outcomes 1 - Learn to recognize experiential qualities of wild landscapes that are too often missing from designed ones. 2 - Understand the potential value of these qualities in urban and suburban settings. 3 - Discover practical approaches to designing landscapes that balance wildness and livability.
Instructors Toby Wolf
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Provider Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania

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