|Andrew Wilcox |
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture
|B.S.L.A.||California State Polytechnic University at Pomona, 2000|
|M.L.A.||University of Southern California, 2004|
Andy Wilcox, ASLA, is a CA registered landscape architect and assistant professor in the department of landscape architecture. He teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs where he runs design studios and coordinates the construction sequences. He received his B.S. in Landscape Architecture from Cal Poly Pomona and M.L.A. from the University of Southern California.
Academically, Andy is interested in the contemporary application of topography, the means by which we communicate landscape and issues of materiality and site. Additionally he is still interested in the practice of the discipline of landscape architecture by exploring ideas through both competitions and built work.
Andy has built and been associated with numerous projects, one of which was awarded a 2007 ASLA Honor Award for residential design. Andy is interested in expanding the terrain of landscape architecture and views landscape as all-inclusive and without specific boundaries.