Galey Alix, founder and CEO of Galey Alix Design, served as the keynote speaker.
For 50 years, UF faculty and students have been helping to free it by applying science and design with advocates for the river.
The 2004 DCP grad is currently a senior associate and senior designer at Perkins&Will.
DCP came in first place for total gifts amongst all UF colleges with 1,233, beating the second place finisher by 317.
Join us for the Edward D. Stone, Jr. Lecture Series In remembrance of Edward D. Stone, Jr., a beloved colleague, mentor, partner, advisor and friend, the University of Florida’s Department of Landscape Architecture will host this lecture in his honor, commemorating Stone’s numerous contributions to the fields of landscape architecture and land planning. About the …
The legendary Henry was a 1971 UF landscape architecture graduate.
These winners represent a range of research topics and methods across DCP disciplines.
The competition had participants design a courtyard entry landscape for an office building in Melbourne, Fla.
Hutton is a project manager at Schmidt Nichols, an award-winning landscape architecture and urban planning firm.
Nationally recognized planner Victor Dover is the keynote speaker!