ICYMI: 'ASLA 2019: A Celebration of Authenticity, A Reminder of Harmony'

Elyana Javaheri, Land8

 The ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture often feels like homecoming. Running around with 6,000-some of your colleagues, friends old and new, it’s almost impossible not to feel more educated, inspired, excited, and empowered. This year we celebrated, discussed, and challenged landscape architecture – how we perceive it, shape it, and share it – in sunny San Diego in November. With over 120 education opportunities, 14 special events, and 350 exhibitors gathered in concert, there is always something to do, something to see, something to learn, and someone to meet.

With a wide range of topics varying from sustainable materials, BIM (Building Information Modeling), extending to identity and culture in our practice, this year’s conference felt especially powerful, timely, and inspirational. Given we live in the challenging, yet hopeful crossroad of cultural, social, ecological, and environmental climate that we do, there has never been a better time to be a landscape architect, loud and proud.

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