Imagine it's the year 2057 in Los Angeles. What do you see? What does the future have in store for the region's landscape, society and environment?
Find out when winners of the landscape architecture department's Los Angeles 2057 Design Competition are unveiled April 28.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Cal Poly Pomona landscape architecture program, the department hosted a forward-thinking design competition with more than $5,000 in prizes. The competition called for projects that envisioned life in the Los Angeles region 50 years from now to incite discussions about the future of Los Angeles and the future of design.
Landscape architecture is a department in the university's highly ranked College of Environmental Design. According to Design Intelligence, Cal Poly Pomona is 13th overall in the nation for Best Undergraduate Landscape Architecture School and 2nd in the West Region. The architecture based magazine also ranked the university 9th overall in the nation for Best Graduate Landscape Architecture School and 1st in the West Region.
The Los Angeles 2057 Design Competition is a part of a series of events, April 26 – 28, marking the Cal Poly Pomona landscape architecture program's golden anniversary. Anniversary events include student, alumni and faculty events; a reunion dinner; and panel discussion. It closes with a gala where winners of the design competition will be announced.
For more information visit: www.cppla50.com.