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Carla Delcambre

Adapting VR techniques for teaching landscape construction, Cohort 1


Primary Research Area: Design Thinking, Methods, Materials & Education
Secondary Domain: Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Design and Communication

Carla Delcambre is the Director of the Graduate Program and a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at North Carolina State University. She has been teaching for 13 years and is a registered landscape architect. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.

Before accepting a position at North Carolina State University she was a Senior Landscape Designer at OLIN in Philadelphia where she worked on a variety of project types encompassing urban design, master planning and public gardens. Her passion in teaching is focused on digital representation, construction methods and ecological issues related to sustainable design, urban agriculture, stormwater management, and brownfield redevelopment. Carla is also the mother of two boys, who love to play in the landscapes she has designed.

Research Interest

I want to research tactical, computer visualization tools which create immersive environments and identify best practices in sustainable design.