Emmanual Didier

Emmanuel Didier

INSTRUCTOR
  • Landscape Architecture Department (CAP)

Email Address: emmanuel.didier@ucdenver.edu

Office Hours: By appointment

MOST RECENT COURSES
LA 6607/08 - Advanced Landscape Architectural Design Studio: Land Art Generator Initiative 2014 Design Competition, Copenhagen

LA 5503 - Landscape Architectural Design Studio 3: Transects, Placemaking and Urban Drainage: Weir Gulch, Denver

LA 6711 - Advanced Graphics

LA 6607/08 - Advanced Landscape Architectural Design Studio: Castle Pinckney International Design Competition, ACSA, Charleston, SC

LA 5503 - Landscape Architectural Design Studio 3: Green Streets, Infrastructure and Placemaking; Konza Tech City project, Kenya

LA 6607/08 - Advanced Landscape Architectural Design Studio: Haiti Botanic Garden as Tool for Reforestation and Community Building 

LA 5503 - Landscape Architectural Design Studio 3: Transects

LA 6607/08 - Advanced Landscape Architectural Design Studio: Haiti Ideas Challenge, ACSA International Design Competition

Education, Licensure & Certifications

  • Diplome National d’Arts Plastiques (BA equivalent) – Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts de Marseille, France, 1996
  • Master of Architecture (University of Virginia) 2004
  • Master of Landscape Architecture (University of Virginia) 2004

Awards

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

2012 Denver Re-imagine Play, National Design Competition, Finalist 
2011 Merit Award, Westside Creeks Restoration Master Plan, ASLA Colorado Chapter 
2010 ASLA Excellence Awards for Analysis and Planning, Kigali Conceptual Master Plan, Rwanda
2010 Parks Merit Award for Master Planning: Flight 93 Memorial, National Park Service 
2009 Honor Award, UPRR Trail Master Plan, ASLA Nevada Chapter
2009 ASLA Honor Design Award, The Dell at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
2008 Mason Bus Rapid Transit Corridor, Urban Design Award, City of Fort Collins
2007 Honor Award for Design: Asia Trail at the Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park, ASLA VA Chapter
2004 AIA School Medal for Excellence in Architecture
2004 Benjamin C. Howland Design Competition, Winner, School of Architecture, UVA
2003 Scholastic Award, AIA

RECOGNITION OF WORK BY OTHERS
2011 First Prize – Haiti Industry - Haiti Ideas Challenge, ACSA International Design Competition
2011 First Prize – Haiti Policy - Haiti Ideas Challenge, ACSA International Design Competition

Affiliations

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB), member
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), member
American Public Garden Association, member