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ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting and EXPO

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MON-C07: The Craft of Residential Landscapes through Personal Narratives

GBCI: 0920010020
1.5CE

This course is approved for GBCI CE hours, but is not available through Education @USGBC.

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Objectives

  1. Learn the importance of being a great listener and building trust with clients.
  2. Study how to build a transparent working relationship with both client and contractor.
  3. Understand how to tease out personal narrative, architecture, and site into the creation of art and garden.
  4. Examine the roles played by site context, urban or rural, and the contrasting functions of front and back yards.

Created by


Leaders

Shane Coen, FASLA, Coen + Partners
Andrea Cochran, FASLA, Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture
Michael Boucher, ASLA, Michael Boucher Landscape Architecture

Series

This course is a part of the following series: ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting and EXPO