Ken McCown, ASLA, Associate AIA, Past-President, CELA, serves as the Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture at Iowa State University where he is a Professor in the College of Design. His background includes an undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture and a graduate degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. These degrees provided a platform for integrative, interdisciplinary inquiry into the built environment through the integration of urban design, transition design/resilience and ergonomic/behaviour design in his collaborative works and teaching across disciplines. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Phill Zawarus is a Visiting Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he provides knowledge and expertise in the field of landscape architecture analysis, synthesis, and design through performative measurements and dynamic visualizations. Zawarus uses advanced computational methods for data collection and visualization for comprehensive communication of social and environmental assessments. His exploration of parametric modeling and interactive media provides opportunities in cohesive demonstrations of responsive design processes, with an emphasis on stormwater management and performative design. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Dynamic visualization and
the site analysis process
KenMcCown and Phil Zawarus
Digital tools may help landscape architects rethink the site analysis process, allowing them to
model sites and communicate how they work...
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