Mark Lindhult, FASLA
Emeritus Professor of Landscape Architecture
Mark Lindhult, FASLA is an Emeritus Professor of landscape architecture and an Emeritus Principal with The Berkshire Design Group, Inc. a landscape architecture, civil engineering and land surveying firm in Northampton, MA. He taught courses in site planning, site engineering, digital technology and an interdisciplinary studio with the architecture program.
His two major areas of research are the integration of digital technogy into the design and planning process and greenway planning. He wrote Digital Land: Integrating Technology into the Land Planning Process (Wiley, 2007) with Jim Sipes. He was the first computer editor for Landscape Architecture magazine and wrote some of the first technical software for the profession. Professor Lindhult is the co-chair with Professor Robert Ryan, Jack Ahern and Theo Eisenman of the Fabos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning which is held every three years and attracts an international audience from five continents. Professor Lindhult has given keynote addresses at conferences in Germany, Switzerland, Japan and China and has published articles in leading journals and professional magazines. He has won numerous regional and national professional awards for campus planning, greenway planning and digital technology. He founded the Western Massachusetts Section of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and is an ASLA Fellow (1998).
He now does landscape photography for design firms and wildlife photography for exhibitions. You can see his work here