Catch of the Day

The design research project, On the Pond: The Landscape of Catfish Farming in the Delta is featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine

Rise of the Drones: Emerging Technologies in Design and Planning

Enabled by aerial-perspective data collection, such as high-detail imagery and sensor-specific mapping, research and design efforts across the Knowlton School’s three disciplines are just beginning to harness new flight-bound technology.

American Wild: Digital Preservation for Changing Landscapes

An article on American Wild, a speculative proposal for digital landscape preservation, is featured in the Journal of Architectural Preservation

PRIVY2 | Human Waste as Renewable Resource

A lesson in environmental stewardship and sustainability is rooted in a field of corn located in the southwest courtyard outside the 18th Avenue Library on the Ohio State campus. Deeply rooted, in fact.

“Privy 2: Biosolids and You” coming soon to the OSU campus

he project, funded by a 2018 InFACT Linkage and Leverage grant, considers the long history of using human waste as an agricultural resource – and what that looks like today in the Columbus area.