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Cal Poly ranked Best in the West yet again

Once again Landscape Architecture is rated Best in the West by Design Intelligence.

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Hearst Lecture Hero

Hearst Lecture Series

Come to Business Rotunda for this quarter's Hearst Lecture Series - Free & Open to the Public - Sponsored by generous donation from Hearst Foundation

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Dexter Lawn

Home to the Landscape Architecture Department, the Walter F. Dexter Building which was once the University Library, now is the creative space and home to one of the nation's best Landscape Architecture programs

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Fall Quarter Final Reviews

Come join us for this quarter's Final reviews!

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Overview

Architecture of the landscape, at every scale: small, large or regional, is a profound and important human experience, and to put all of its elements together in a harmonious and sustainable way requires a thorough understanding of the natural systems, technical knowledge of the infrastructure, astute planning, communication skills, artistic acumen, and poetic sense. It needs a careful orchestration of teaching skills and scholarship to provide quality education for this challenging field, and we at Cal Poly have the national reputation for it. Our faculty is deeply committed to bringing this to a higher level of perfection. There is no better landscape setting than San Luis Obispo to study landscape architecture. Also, we are only three hours away from two of the major urban corridors of the world: San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles Area, and we frequently use projects in those urban areas for our design studio

Visiting the Department

Prospective students, new admits, parents, alumni and friends: Visiting the department is a great way to learn more about Cal Poly's Landscape Architecture program. We offer tours of department and college facilities, interaction with faculty and students and displays of student work. Stop in for a visit or call for an appointment at your convenience: 805-756-1319. We are located on the second floor of Dexter Hall, in room 251.

Public Information Policy

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