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BAC Inaugural trip to National College of Arts Rawalpindi, Pakistan

BAC Inaugural trip to National College of Arts Rawalpindi, Pakistan  More

Southern Italy: Gardens and Landscapes of Puglia, the Amalfi Coast and Rome

From the spare lines of historic parterres to the modern invention of a garden of waves, from fantasy architecture to ancient ruins draped in fragrant wisteria to a 20th century master's interpretation of enclosed color gardens.  More

Summer Academy Field Trips

Using the city of Boston as our urban lab, Summer Academy students explore buildings, public parks, and urban street patterns to develop an understanding of the multiple layers of human intervention that have shaped the city.  More

Student Fieldwork and Research

Landscape Architecture students engage in a variety of field work exercises, research projects, and field trips designed to enrich their views on public space and landscape.  More

Northern Portugal and the Azores

An introduction to the history of Portuguese garden design with particular emphasis on the history and tradition of Plants, Landscapes, and Ecological Concerns of the Azorean Archipelago, March 13-23, 2013  More

Paris 2012 Summer Program

Richard Griswold, Associate Provost and Dean of Students, and Jovi Cruces, Senior Associate at Dimella Shaffer Associates, spent 28 days in Paris with excursions to Leon, Ronchamp, Basel, Switzerland, and the Vitra complex at Weil am Rein, Germany.  More

Italian Tour: Florence

Italin tour with Marie Stella. Participants will be traveling to Florence and its Hilltowns.  More

LI Travel Expedition: South Africa

It's the Cape Floral Kingdom - perhaps the greatest concentrations of floral diversity in the botanical world; it's also a land of enormous spaces and ancient art, glorious gardens, hospitable hosts and the unforgettable sight of magnificent animals on their own turf.  More