While landscape architects have explored computer-generated grading plans, they appear to have overlooked the possibility of grading-plan-generated computers.
A look at the impacts of new AI models and methods for Landscape Architecture Australia.
A Grasshopper plugin for importing, exploring, and processing data from Open Street Map.
Examining how landscape architects might bring augmented reality to the table.
Re-edited episodes and a re-designed website for the original landscape architecture podcast.
An integrative approach to improving the accessibility and extensibility of tangible tables as general-purpose 'tools for thought'.
Speculations on 'gardening' models of landscape architectural practice as means to design between urban landscapes and urban networks.
My doctoral thesis, investigating how to develop and employ computational tools that model landscape architectural design strategies.
A discussion of strategies for teaching parametric approaches in landscape architectural education that re-orient the role of dynamic geometry.
A Grasshopper plugin and documentation suite for designing landscapes using parametric models.
Stacks on stacks on stacks on stacks — the case for a more modular digital toolkit within landscape architecture.
Time is a flat canopy radius. A brief study in introducing parametric approaches to planting design.
Thoughts on Julian Raxworthy's discussion of the 'process discourse' in landscape architecture and the digital techniques it promotes.
Few landscape architects have adopted computational tools and techniques. Why might that be?
My masters thesis, exploring the overlap between design patterns and parametric design in landscape architecture.