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.
RISD’s Architecture, Interior Architecture and Landscape Architecture programs rank well in the 2019/20 survey of America’s top architecture and design schools.
Maharam Fellow Cornelia Overton MLA 20 is contributing and learning through a summer internship at Walk Bike Nashville.
Beginning in fall 2019 graduate students will explore interdisciplinary approaches to coastal environmental issues.
Eleven students and new graduates are bringing valuable critical thinking skills to nonprofits around the world.
Landscape architect Phoebe Lickwar reflects on two recent collaborations and a rewarding design approach she developed as a student at RISD.
RISD students and faculty grapple with real-world problems at Brown University’s Hack for Humanity.