Architectural designers are all over the place.
While some focus on making buildings more affordable, others are trying to make them more livable.
Here are 10 architects working to change the world with their work.
Landscape Architects for Sustainable Living (LABS) LABS is a non-profit organization that aims to provide architectural designers with the skills they need to create sustainable living and design for people in need.
Their mission is to support sustainable living by creating a safe and sustainable environment for people living and working in sustainable communities.
Landscaping Architect Michael D’Agostino Landscape Architect Michael Agostino has worked with a variety of organizations on the landscape architecture and urban design front, including the New York City Parks Department, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
As an architect and urban designer, Agostini has been involved in several large projects, including New York’s Parks Department’s Landscape and Urban Design Division, the New Orleans City Council’s Landscapes and Urban Renewal Department, and the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Environmental Architecture Center.
In 2015, Agopio was honored by the National Academy of Sciences for his work in the field of environmental architecture.
Agostinian work is a mixture of design, landscape architecture, and engineering, as well as using a variety in both traditional and contemporary techniques.
“I have a very broad interest in designing the physical environment,” Agostinos said in a statement.
“My focus is on building landscapes that will create the harmony between the human and the natural, but also the physical landscape as a whole.
This has led to the development of landscapes that include multiple layers of vegetation, including grasslands, trees, wetlands, and shrubs.
Land Scapes: Designing for a Green Future (SCF) SCF is a nonprofit organization that provides a platform for architects to develop and publish a variety a sustainable urban design and building materials, such as recycled materials, organic materials, and sustainable buildings.
SCF provides workshops and conferences across the country, including its first annual workshop in Seattle in May 2018.
The organization’s mission is “to provide a platform to bring the public, architects, and designers together to create the future of sustainable urban architecture, design, and construction.”
In 2018, SCF was recognized by the American Institute of Architects as a premier architectural organization, while the organization also received a 2016 Green Building Council Gold Medal.
Landfill Architects for Conservation (LA) LA is a private nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington, and is the largest landfill-based organization in the state.
In 2017, LA was recognized as a “leader in the green building industry.”
LA is working with the Seattle Landfill Association (SLA) and others to implement a new program to provide financing for projects that will use sustainable materials and technologies.
The program will also support the creation of a new sustainable construction and building process.
The Landfill Architect’s Guide to Landfill Landfill Architecture, which is designed to help landfill architects better understand the needs of their customers, is available on the company’s website.
The guide also provides guidelines for architects who are interested in working with landfills.
The group also works with companies that have a responsibility to preserve their land and infrastructure.
Landfilling Architects: How We Made a New Era in Sustainable Design (LAES) LAES was founded in 2018, and its mission is both to provide architects with the knowledge and tools to make a difference in the way we live and work in urban areas, and to advocate for landfilling as a sustainable industry.
As a nonprofit, LAES can provide funding to the organizations that are most in need, while also providing them with the tools to create a more sustainable future.
Landlords are often the first to notice when their buildings are getting more energy efficient, so LAES provides a program called Smart Buildings for Less Energy (SBLE) to help landlords improve their energy efficiency and save money on their electricity bills.
SBLE provides a number of tools, including building energy efficiency kits, which can be used for any type of building.
LAES also hosts a workshop on building sustainability each year to give builders the tools and resources to learn more about their buildings.
Land-Use and Landscape Architecture (LUA) LUA is a collaborative organization that brings together a diverse group of architects, landscape architects, urban planners, landscape designers, urban designers, and landscape architects.
LUA’s mission statement is “To develop a new architectural and design paradigm for sustainable urban living and development.”
The organization was founded by architect and landscape designer Robert E. Smith in 2008.
In 2018 the organization received the Green Building Association’s (GBBA) “Designer of the Year” award for its efforts in making the city more livably livable for its residents.
The city also received the American Planning Association’s “Landscape Architecture” Award for its landscape architecture