Landscape architecture students produce tailored (but only theoretical) designs to restore and improve the Los Angeles River, with a custom plan for each of the waterway’s 51 miles. This article was published on the Curbed Los Angeles website on March…
Michele Cairella Fillmore is the new curator and director of the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery as well as the new Huntley Art Gallery.
In the spirit of celebrating past successes and looking forward to new ones, here is a compilation of Polycentric’s top 17 articles of the year.
The university’s undergraduate landscape architecture program was ranked 10th nationally by DesignIntelligence, a bimonthly report published by the Design Futures Council.
Wherever she goes, Babette Mayor brings her camera. “I know from experience that I could find the most amazing image right around the corner,” she says. The art professor’s perception paid off when three of her photographs were accepted into…
The Sierra Club, one of the best known environmental organizations, has recognized Cal Poly Pomona for its efforts to promote sustainability and develop a “green” campus.
Two Cal Poly Pomona alumni are undertaking a zoning code reform project for the Los Angeles city planning department. They are working with Urban and Regional Planning Assistant Professor Ramzi Farhat and an undergraduate capstone class on an early study…
Through an interdisciplinary effort, Cal Poly Pomona students are brainstorming alternative water resources for Los Angeles and exploring ways to revitalize the Owens Valley community, which is 200 miles northeast.
The end of the academic year brought with it all manner of awards and honors.
In March, a group of Cal Poly Pomona landscape architecture students and Emeritus Professor Rodney Tapp teamed up to create something to honor the lives of Monica Quan and Keith Lawrence — a memorial garden.