Design Matters – Episode January 20, 2020

Episode 1: Chip Sullivan and Elizabeth Boults

Chip Sullivan and Elizabeth Boults are the Landscape Architects who co-author the book “Illustrated History of Landscape Design”, which uses a combination of timelines and storyboards to visually narrate Landscape Architecture History. Elizabeth Boults has been teaching at UC Davis since 2004. Her teachings encompass landscape representation, site design, theory, and the history of the built environment. Her various professional projects include landscape revitalization, drought-tolerant planting design for large-scale estates, and landscape renovation of historically-significant properties. Chips Sullivan is a professor at UC Berkeley and has devoted his career to promoting landscape architecture as an art. He lectures on the philosophy and application of sustainable design using art and ecology. Chip has lectured and exhibited his work around the world. What you are about to hear is a conversation with had with Chip and Liz before their Design Matters Lecture Series. Please enjoy.

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