Roots Of Design Podcast
Roots of Design is about the creative process that is involved in shaping the world that we live in. Some podcast episodes will be interviews with creative professionals, some episodes will tell the story of the designed world. Our podcast aims to raise awareness of landscape architecture to those outside of our profession but also to increase exposure of our ASLA-NY members and provide interesting stories about our designed urban environment. Please listen to our episodes below and spread the word through your favorite social media outlets.
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The Roots of Design Landscape Architecture Podcast is a production of the American Society of Landscape Architects, New York Chapter
Roots Of Design is sponsored by Unilock
Podcast Episode 3: Bill Eubanks and Susan Hatchell Co-hosted by Amy Verel, we have a conversation with Landscape Architects Susan Hatchell and Bill Eubanks. We discuss, among other things, how we got into the profession, Landscape Architecture’s role in the urban environment, and give some advice to those new to the profession. Listen Now Subscribe via RSS HERE iTunes support coming soon! If you have questions or comments, e-mail Podcast@aslany.org or tweet @ASLA_NY or @LandArchGamer Amy Verel is @ACVerel […]
Podcast Episode 2: A chat with new Chapter President Jennifer Nitzky This episode of the Roots Of Design podcast is a conversation with Jennifer Nitzky that was recorded last year. Co-hosted by Frank Varro and Kathleen Cholewka, we talk about design, cooking, travel, the profession, and more. Listen Now Subscribe via RSS HERE iTunes support coming soon! If you have questions or comments, e-mail Podcast@aslany.org or tweet @ASLA_NY or @LandArchGamer Roots of Design is sponsored by Unilock
Podcast Episode 1: The Birth of Central Park and Landscape Architecture This episode of the Roots Of Design podcast tells the story of the birth of Central Park, and in turn, the birth of an entire profession: Landscape Architecture. Many people think that Central Park is just a preserved open space in the middle of New York City. However, Central Park is actually a completely man-made park, designed by a Landscape Architect – Frederick Law Olmsted. Olmsted is considered by many […]