UBC Landscape Architecture Projects

SCHOOL OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 2013 GRADUATE STUDIO PROJECTS

The UBC School of Landscape Architecture graduate students’ studio assignment was to define a physical ‘problem statement’ in Squamish, and then develop landscape architecture solutions for those problems. Ideas included everything from safe and developed sidewalks for the public, to more local green produce for the community in order to encourage youth in Squamish to live a healthier lifestyle.Other ideas included ways to improve vacant lots downtown, improvement of storm water management, proposed concepts for the West Barr Log Sort, and a Mamquam greenway connecting the Mamquam River landscape down through Loggers Lane to the estuary.

Select a project below to view one of the UBC Landscape Architecture projects.

UBC MDC Report2    THE ESTUARY EDGE
By Michele Campbell
 UBC Sean Yen3   MAMQUAM (RE-)EMERGING
By Sean Yen-hsiao Lin
 UBC Shan GDP2   CULTIVATING THE YOUNG
By Shan Liu
 UBC T.White GDP2   URBAN DARNING
By Tatiana White
 UBC TerenceRodford2   TENDING THE WILD
By Terence Radford
 UBC Connecting to Source2   CONNECTING TO SOURCE
By Alexander Suvajac

 UBC Lukas Holy   WETLAND WITHIN REACH
By Lukas Holy

 UBC Dan Borslein   RE-CREATING + RECREATING
By Dan Borslein

 UBC CDL squamish2   GROWING SQUAMISH
By Charlotte Drache-Lambert
 UBC PaulPeters MG   MAMQUAM GREENWAY
By Paul Peters
 UBC WasteScapes   WASTESCAPES
By Nicole Schneider
 UBC JordanMcAuley2   RECONCILING HUMAN + RELIGION SCALE THROUGH THE INFRASTRUCTURAL LANDSCAPE
By Jordon McAuley

 UBC GDP Summary RMB4  
REVEALING THE MAMQUAM BLIND
By Ania Mélanie Durán Gaillard