Landscape Architecture students develop environmentally just proposals for managing sea-level rise in the Narragansett Bay as part of the Envision Resilience Challenge.
Popup installations created by students in a fall Landscape Architecture studio capture the imaginations of Providence residents.
Students in a cross-disciplinary fall studio interpret cultural history and use geo-textiles to restore what was once described as “America’s hardest-working river.”
RISD Interior Architecture students propose innovative designs for adding pedestrian and cycling lanes to the suspension bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI.
New grad Fengijao Ge presents an innovative project at this year’s Antenna conference that repurposes textiles waste to combat erosion.
Remote learning has inspired a dynamic revamp of a core Landscape Architecture studio—and a heightened sense of mission.
After earning a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Kelly C. Knapp has discovered new opportunities in experience design.
Students in a fall Landscape Architecture studio collaborate with residents of Fall River, MA on interventions for revitalizing the city’s downtown.