Landscape architecture professor Rennie Tang is on sabbatical in France when President Emmanuel Macron announced nationwide confinement measures on March 17. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for food and essential tasks, while police and military conduct patrols to enforce...Read More
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"If we can teach people about wildlife, they will be touched. Humans want to save things that they love." – Steve Irwin
Where have the humans gone? Most people are locked away to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the animals, well, they have been reveling in their...Read More
Cal Poly Pomona’s departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invites firms and companies to CPP ARC/LA FIRM DAY 2020, a day-long event open to architecture, landscape architecture, multidisciplinary, government, non-profit or any...Read More
Ready for ARC/LA Firm Day 2020? It's not too early to think strategy.
The Department of Landscape Architecture and the Cal Poly Pomona chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects will host a professionals for a resume and portfolio workshop. The session will take place at 6 p...Read More
The Department of Landscape Architecture will host a public lecture by Stephanie Pankiewicz, PLA, ASLA, as part of its professional lecture series.
Pankiewicz is a landscape architecture and partner at LandDesign, a multidisciplinary firm that provides urban design, land...Read More
The Department of Landscape Architecture welcomes polymath/architectural designer/landscape urbanist Alberto de Salvatierra for a two-part event: a public lecture and an evening digital workshop.
An assistant professor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas School of...Read More
606 Studio Project by MLA students (currently alumni) wins 2019 ASLA Student Award of Excellence in the Community Service Category. Congratuation to all students and faculty members contributed to the success!
Check out the details through...Read More
Congratulations to second year MLA student Jose Guadalupe Gutierrez who is recently recognized as 2019 Switzer Environmental Fellow by the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation. Jose is the only MLA student recognized by the Fellowship this year. His awardee profile is available on the...Read More
Now through June 30, 2019, with every $50 donation to the Landscape Architecture Annual Fund, the department will send you a custom made sketchbook specially designed by Landscape Architecture Department Students. $100 will get you two...maybe get them for the whole office! The donations for...Read More
Claire Latanè joins the CPPLA Tenure-Track Faculty!
The department is pleased to welcome Claire Latanè ASLA, LEED AP, SITES AP to our tenure-track faculty. Claire is a writer, community advocate, and ecological designer. She applies research connecting designed environments with...Read More
First Generation Landscape Architecture Reunion! Our first generation of #alumni from classes of mid 1950’s to 1970 invite everyone to join them to #celebrate the spirit and #culture of #CPPLA! Everyone is invited to join these distinguished alumni for an afternoon and evening of events on...Read More
Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to Firm Day 2019. This event is specifically designed to connect you and your firm with our students! Firm Day is an opportunity to present your firm and interview CPP ARC and...Read More
Implied Intimacy, MLA First-Year Final Review
Student work will reference all previously created geometries, diagrams, drawings, models, and experiences to create a one-to-one on-campus installation. This installation will speculate about the imposition of form on...Read More
Climate Change Scenarios and Impact of the Greenways to Rivers Arterial Stormwater System (GRASS)
As one of the participating schools in the International Geodesign Collaboration, LA6111L studio at Cal Poly Pomona will contribute to the collaboration with the project “...Read More
Between Sky and Ground: A Cooling Pavilion
Through the research, design and construction of a Cooling Pavilion for the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, students explore technical, spatial and material linkages between sky and ground, water and body,...Read More
Exhibition of student work from the entire semester will be presented in the gallery and atrium. A series of figure-ground studies in 2D and 3D lead to the final outdoor installation project 'Occupied Spatial Unit' (OSU) that explores human interaction in relation to several aspects of color...Read More
The studio investigation is an entry landscape sequence to the HOLA Campus’ new Arts and Recreation Center - A new 25,000 square foot building, that consists of modular structures built from single-use shipping containers, converted into music and...Read More
Join student's from Cal Poly Pomona's Landscape Architecture program as they share their analysis of Pomona's park system and its potential for enhancement, in the hopes of sparkign conversation about the future of parks and open space in the city.
Open to the public
Pomona City...Read More
Cal Poly Pomona Department of Landscape Architecture and our Landscape Architecture Professional Advisory Board invite you to join us to celebrate our landscape architecture community! Join us for a happy hour to catch-up on the start of our very first fall semester and our plans for the year...Read More