Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Preventing the loss of New Orleans occupies the minds of many designers in Louisiana. Great efforts to preserve the city are targeting the slow return to naturalization of the engineered river to find a new balance determined by plan formulators of the Federal government. Throughout history, many experimental movements have been born from the landscape architecture practice, and may be key to the future of New Orleans. Separate chapters are devoted towards the movements created by William Kent, Fletcher Steele, and Jens Jensen to explore as inspiration to be applied to coastal living. Finally, the future of New Orleans is considered within its own experimental landscape and how it may supersede the current plan.
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Reinhardt, William Francis, "New Orleans, A City of Layers Preventing Extinction" (2015). LSU Master's Theses. 1107.