From Planters to Planners: The Golden Age of Florida Landscape Architecture / Panel Discussion

Start Date
07/27/2018
End Date
07/27/2018
Description
Landscape architecture has long contributed to the quality of life in Florida, to health, safety and welfare of its peoples. From ancient Calusa Indians building towns around central lagoons, to Spanish colonists building towns around central plazas, to land developers today building towns around market centers, landscape is the common element in which the pageant of Florida life evolves. This course will bring to light that long continuity of landscape architecture in Florida; discuss the present state of our art; and take a look ahead to imagine those designed landscapes that will evolve along with the ever ongoing pageant of life in Florida. This is the panel presentation you do not to miss.
Location
Bonita Springs, FL
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Historic Preservation
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
Learn how landscape architecture has long contributed to protecting the public health, safety, and welfare in Florida; Learn how landscape architecture has contributed to creating Florida society and culture; Learn how landscape architecture, while regulated by the State only from mid-twentieth century, has for centuries contributed to quality development of our state; Learn who, what, where, and when of the leading landscape architects that practiced our profession in Florida; Learn about emerging challenges landscape architects are faced with solving such as extreme weather episodes, rising sea levels, rapidly expanding population, environment degradation, and affordability of living in the State of Florida.
Instructors
David Driapsa, Paul Kissinger, Kenn Bates, & David Sacks
Website Registration
Course Codes
Course # 0011015
Provider
FL|ASLA


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