Tag Archives: landscape architecture

Exploring “Seattleness” with Natalie Ross (MLA ’11)

Seattleness, Cultural Atlas

Published in October 2018, Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas explores the nature of place through the lens of Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Written by three people, the writers include landscape architecture alumna Natalie Ross (MLA ’11). In this interview, Ross discusses the book and how she drew on her landscape architecture background during the writing process.

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Investing in Students, Investing in Green Infrastructure

Rendering of Mississippi River.

The Department of Landscape Architecture’s research assistants in practice program not only eases the financial burden for graduate students but acts as an important resource to move green infrastructure projects forward and better connect the Twin Cities to their natural surroundings.

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Tiny Homes Could Solve Big Problem in Duluth

Cabin Cooperative_Community Patio_Luke NIchols

Entitled The Cabin Cooperative, Luke Nichols’ capstone project proposes a plan to build affordable small-scale housing, or “tiny homes,” on vacant land located throughout the city of Duluth.

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