Landscape Architecture Firms: The New Remote Work Environment
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Landscape architecture and design firms are like every other business trying to successfully navigate the current challenges of remote work. This panel discussion moderated by Program Director Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, will focus on small, medium and large-scale landscape design firms in the Los Angeles area and what changes they are observing in the profession in this new era of remote work.
What you can learn.
- Discover new industry trends in landscape architecture and design
- Analyze the global and community impact of remote work in the profession
- Understand the effects of remote learning on students entering the profession and ways in which educators should respond
About this course:
Landscape architecture and design firms are like every other business trying to successfully navigate the current challenges of remote work. This panel discussion will focus on small, medium and large scale firms in the Los Angeles area and what they are doing to navigate this new era of remote work.
Discussion topics: industry trends, new opportunities and challenges of remote work, global and community impact, what they think the industry will look like in the next year, how should educators be responding to the remote environment, what is the future for students of landscape architecture, and what they are doing at their firms to be change leaders in this new environment.
Panel participants: Meg Rushing Coffee of Meg Rushing Coffee Landscape Architecture & Design, Perry Cardoza, President Nuvis Landscape Architecture, and Michelle Sullivan, Principal at Studio-MLA.