Becoming a Landscape Architect

Landscape Architecture requires both creative and technical skills.  A landscape architect works on a wide range of projects involving the planning, design and management of the external environment. Landscape architects

Research and advise on planning, design and stewardship of outdoor spaces within and beyond the built environment

Implement and monitor methods for the conservation of national parks and recreation areas

Undertake planning, design, restoration, and maintenance of cultural and/or historic landscapes

Contribute to the aesthetic and functional design of infrastructure such as roads, energy and major development projects

Contribute to the aesthetic layouts of streetscapes, plazas, sports grounds, zoos, botanic gardens, recreation areas and farms, burial grounds

Inspect sites and analyze factors such as climate, soil, flora, fauna, surface and subsurface water and drainage

Becoming a landscape architect and a full member of the Irish Landscape Institute requires either:

A. A professional qualification from an accredited course
B. Successful completion of  the ILI Professional Practice Examination
C. Completion of the Viva Voce application form and attendance at an interview

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