Landscape Architecture: The Video Game

Landscape architecture and video games? That’s the premise of Ball State University’s interdisciplinary course “Games And Play For Designers: Revealing Landscape Architecture.” Christopher Marlow, assistant professor of landscape architecture, said students were asked to build functional, educational, and fun video game prototypes celebrating a unique aspect of the landscape architecture profession. Among the finished games were one dealing with stormwater management and another on brownfield remediation.       Related posts: Growing Landscape Architects April is National Landscape Architecture Month …


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