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Later, in 1978, IFLA's Headquarters were established in Versailles. A practitioner in the profession of landscape architecture is called a landscape architect. She was design consultant for over a dozen universities including: Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey; Yale in New Haven, Connecticut; and the Arnold Arboretum for Harvard in Boston, Massachusetts. Landscape engineering is the interdisciplinary application of engineering and other applied sciences to the design and creation of anthropogenic landscapes. In the second half of the century, Frederick Law Olmsted completed a series of parks which continue to have a huge influence on the practices of Landscape Architecture today.

Later, in 1978, IFLA's Headquarters were established in Versailles. A practitioner in the profession of landscape architecture is called a landscape architect. She was design consultant for over a dozen universities including: Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey; Yale in New Haven, Connecticut; and the Arnold Arboretum for Harvard in Boston, Massachusetts.

Later, in 1978, IFLA's Headquarters were established in Versailles. A practitioner in the profession of landscape architecture is called a landscape architect. She was design consultant for over a dozen universities including: Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey; Yale in New Haven, Connecticut; and the Arnold Arboretum for Harvard in Boston, Massachusetts. A practitioner in the profession of landscape architecture is called a landscape architect. In the second half of the century, Frederick Law Olmsted completed a series of parks which continue to have a huge influence on the practices of Landscape Architecture today. Other skills include preparing design impact assessments, conducting environmental assessments and audits, and serving as an expert witness at inquiries on land use issues. He took up the term from Meason and gave it publicity in his Encyclopedias and in his 1840 book on the Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture of the Late Humphry Repton.[4] It was first used as a professional title by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1863.[citation needed] Andrew Jackson Downing (1815–1852)[5] was another early American landscape designer, and editor of The Horticulturist magazine (1846–52). The most valuable contribution can be made at the first stage of a project to generate ideas with technical understanding and creative flair for the design, organization, and use of spaces. Some scholars consider Downing to be The Father of American Landscape Architecture, although others choose Frederick Law Olmsted.