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35 minutes | 5 days ago
006 Parque de la protesta (Español)
Seguidamente me encuentro caminando a través de este parque particular en elcentro de Los Ángeles durante el medio día cuando el sol pega directamente. Sé que tiene un nombre oficial, pero nunca puedo recordarlo. Todos que conozco lo llaman "Parque de Protesta". Esta vez es medio de Marzo, cuando en Los Ángeles la temperatura es calida y luego se enfría cuando el sol comienza esconderse detrás de los edificios. Al entrar el parque, por la entrada noroeste, tengo una visión general de todo.
34 minutes | 5 days ago
006 Protest Park (English)
I often find myself walking through this particular Downtown Los Angeles Park around noon where the sun directly hits. I know there is an official name for the park, but I can never remember it. Everyone I know just calls it “Protest Park”. It’s the middle of March where in Los Angeles the temperature is warm and then cools once the sun starts hiding behind the buildings. As I enter the park through the northwestern entrance, I have an overview of the space and admire at the purple Jacaranda petals that blanket the ground. I like to sit on the benches underneath the trees and let my mind escape into the sky.
36 minutes | 5 days ago
005 DACA (Español)
Es posible que algunos solo hayan escuchado el acrónimo DACA y es posible que no tengan muy claro qué es realmente. Describiré algunos detalles. Según el Consejo Estadounidense de Inmigración (American Immigration Council), “DACA es un ejercicio de discreción fiscal, que brinda alivio temporal de la deportación (acción diferida) y autorización de trabajo a ciertos inmigrantes jóvenes indocumentados que fueron traídos a los Estados Unidos cuando eran niños”. Ahora, en un idioma mas practico y normal, entiendo que eso significa que ayudan a los niños que fueron traídos a los Estados Unidos, antes de que fueran mayores de edad. DACA es un acrónimo de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia. Es un programa creado por la administración Obama con el propósito de aliviar la presión sobre los inmigrantes jóvenes. DACA ha permitido que los adultos jóvenes elegibles trabajen legalmente, asistan a la escuela y vivan la vida sin la amenaza de deportación.
28 minutes | 5 days ago
005 DACA (English)
Some may have only heard the acronym DACA and may not be very clear on what it really is. I will describe a few details. According to the American Immigration Council, “DACA is an exercise of prosecutorial discretion, providing temporary relief from deportation (deferred action) and work authorization to certain young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children.” Now in normal English, I take that to mean that they help children who were brought to the US, before they were of legal age. DACA is an acronym for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It is a program created by the Obama administration for the purpose of taking pressure off young immigrants. DACA has allowed eligible young adults to lawfully work, attend school, and live life without the threat of deportation.
32 minutes | 5 days ago
004 Proteger (Español)
¡Hola a todos! Me gustaría darles la bienvenida a todos a nuestro cuarto episodio del Bravely Curious Podcast. En este episodio, nos enfocaremos en la importancia de proteger y preservar nuestro paisaje. Pero primero, debemos definir las diferencias entre Preservar y Proteger en el paisaje. Preservar es proteger, cuidar, y defender, mientras que proteger es mantener a salvo, defender, custodiar; contra las actividades humanas nocivas que han alterado la cultura, el clima y la biodiversidad de las plantas y los animales. Con eso en mente, hemos dividido nuestra discusión en tres partes. El primer tema cubrirá las culturas indígenas, el segundo tema sera sobre la biodiversidad de animales, plantas y el medio ambiente. Y por último, el tema que abla acerca del cambio climático en el paisaje.
26 minutes | 5 days ago
004 Protecting (English)
Hello everyone! My name is Ryan Ortiz, and I would like to welcome you all to our fourth episode of the Bravely Curious Podcast. In this episode we will be immersing ourselves into the importance of protecting and preserving our public and private landscape. But first we must define the differences between Preservation and Protection in the landscape. To preserve is to protect, to keep, to maintain the condition of; while to protect is to keep safe, to defend, to guard; against harmful human activities that have disrupted culture, climate and biodiversity of plant and animals. With that in mind we have separated our discussion into three parts. The first topic will cover indigenous cultures, followed by the second topic on the biodiversity of animals, plants, and the environment. And lastly, the topic of addressing the issues of climate change within the landscape.
33 minutes | 5 days ago
002 El Pecado Original (Español)
Para este episodio, hemos dividido el tema del robo en tres temas distintos: robo original, robo enmascarado y robo contemporáneo. El primer tema Robo original se basará en el asentamiento original de América del Norte y los impactos de la Doctrina del Descubrimiento. El segundo tema Robo enmascarado se basa en cuestiones relativas al dominio eminente dentro del Barranco de Chávez. En nuestro tercer tema, Robo contemporáneo, discutiremos temas más modernos de gentrificación basados en los impactos de High Line en la ciudad de Nueva York. Finalmente, relataremos cómo cada método de robo ha influido en el desarrollo de lo que hemos definido como Pecado Original de la Arquitectura del Paisaje.
30 minutes | 5 days ago
002 Landscapes Original Sin (English)
For this episode, we have broken down the subject of stealing into three distinct topics: Original Stealing, Masked Stealing, and Contemporary Stealing. The first topic Original Stealing will be based upon the original settlement of North America and the impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery. The second topic Masked Stealing is based upon issues regarding eminent domain within the Chavez Ravine. In our third topic, Contemporary Stealing we will discuss more modern issues of gentrification based around the impacts of the High Line in New York City. Finally, we will relate how each method of stealing has influenced the development of what we have defined as Landscape Architecture's Original Sin.
40 minutes | 5 days ago
001 Introduccion (Español)
Este es un gran tema. Hay mucho por descubrir y descifrar. Que es prácticamente imposible para mí hacerlo en un episodio. Entonces, el propósito de este episodio es presentar una colección de información y ofrecer una base para comenzar. La información sobre este tema no está completa de ninguna manera, hay mucha historia que cubrir, es casi imposible, pero puedes pensar en este episodio como una preparación.
47 minutes | 5 days ago
001 Introduction (English)
This is a big topic. There is so much to uncover and decipher. That it's pretty much impossible for me to do it in one episode. So, the purpose of this episode is to present a collection of information and offer a foundation for us to start. Information for this topic is in no way complete, there is so much history to cover, it’s nearly impossible, but you can think of this episode as preparation. We will first identify the issue and explore some of the sources for injustice that we see in the built environment. As we work through this, we’re going to be paying attention to the language that is used. Now language can mean many different things, graphic language, geological language, verbal language, any form of communication, I can think of as language. But for this instant we will focus on verbal language or written language, particularly vocabulary, how we use that or omit that to describe these landscape stories that when told over time, become huge influences on how we design space.
0 minutes | 17 days ago
David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet
The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, it features different creative professionals in unscripted and long-format interviews with thoughtful takes and personal discussions. Honesty and humor are used to cover a wide array of subjects.
37 minutes | 3 months ago
James A. Lord and Roderick Wyllie
http://www.sdisf.com/book Surfacedesign, Inc. is a landscape architecture and urban design firm based in San Francisco, California. This award-winning practice focuses on creating dynamic parks, plazas, waterfronts, civic landscapes, and private gardens. James A. Lord, Roderick Wyllie, and Geoff di Girolamo, in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of landscape architects, urban designers, and architects, provide innovative design solutions for a wide range of projects. Interactive and meaningful collaboration between project stakeholders, ranging from clients, designers, community groups, and city agencies are essential components to the shifting tactics required to program dynamic public sites. Surfacedesign’s outreach and visioning work focus on building partnerships and innovative strategies for placemaking. Integral to the ideology of the practice, Surfacedesign focuses on cultivating a sense of connection to the built and natural world, pushing people to engage with the landscape in new ways. Our approach emphasizes and celebrates the unique context and imaginative potential of each project. The studio’s design process is rooted in asking novel questions and listening to a site and its users - a process that has led to engaging and inspiring landscapes that are rugged, contemporary, and crafted.
18 minutes | 3 months ago
Helen Li and Ava Cheng
https://www.freshoffthevote.com/ FRESH OFF THE VOTE is a grassroots podcast on a mission to make politics fun. Our team is 100% self identified Asian American Pacific Islander youth ready to make waves for the November 2020 election. We created the podcast as a home for conversations on the different key issues of the election and to discuss voter engagement strategies for AAPIs by AAPIs.
7 minutes | 3 months ago
52 minutes | 3 months ago
MICHAEL TODORAN (FIXED LINK)
This episode is a lecture I (Michael Todoran) gave at Cal Poly Pomona's Department of Landscape Architecture on January 31st, 2017. I have been debating whether or not I should release this lecture for 3 years now because of the vulnerability in this lecture. I talk about sobriety, PTSD, and major failures in my life. I hope you find this episode both insightful and entertaining.
46 minutes | 5 months ago
Kofi Boone (Prequel)
This episode features Kofi Boone, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, and NC State University College of Design. He focuses on the changing nature of communities and developing tools for enhanced community engagement and design. This episode was researched, produced, and edited by Joanna Karaman with coordination by Michael Todoran. Special thanks to ASLA for logistical support and additional music by Jochanan Samama. Further thanks to Kofi Boone for his participation and input. Please visit our website, larchitect.org for more info. Until next time, ‘The Larchitect Team’.
21 minutes | 6 months ago
Janelle Brookes and Ethan Perrotte
POC Architecture General Information Who we are & our mission (all our main talking points) We are a couple of black architecture students from Canada. We created this page to showcase architecture projects done by people of colour. During the course of our education, we noticed a lack of architecture projects from people of colour being taught. As a result, this page was created to promote diversity in the field of architecture. As black architecture students we found it difficult to find a role model and motivation when we rarely learned about black architects or other architects of colour on a daily basis. We believe it does the next generation of architects a disservice if they do not learn diverse perspectives of design and experiences from people of colour in the industry. There are architects of colour doing great work however they are highly under-represented in the profession. This is a problem because students and professionals definitely need a more expanded/global understanding of design. It would ultimately help them create sustainable and successful architecture all over the world. We encourage everyone to contact their school or speak with their colleagues at work about the lack of diversity in the architecture profession. We challenge architecture schools to diversify their case studies and include more work from people of colour. We also call upon architecture firms to reevaluate the amount of diversity in their organization. We showcase work from architecture students, professionals etc. and multiple mediums of work are encouraged.If you are a person of colour and would like your architectural work to be featured on our Instagram page “POC_Arch”, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or direct message us for further inquiries.
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