Landscape Architect (2152)

Landscape architects combine artistic and creative perspectives with scientific and engineering knowledge to create, manage and conserve environments that are both functional and attractive. Their goal is to create harmony between natural environments, land features and architectural structures and improve the quality of life in urban and rural environments. (alis) They are employed by government environmental and development agencies, landscape consulting firms and by architectural and engineering firms, or they are self-employed (National Occupational Classification).

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Date modified: March 2019