Carla Delcambre, ASLA, PLA
Professor Delcambre holds both an architecture degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania where she was a Chariman’s Merit Scholarship recipient. While at Penn, she was also a design award recipient for her entry in the Institute of Contemporary Art’s rooftop garden competition.
Before coming to North Carolina State University she was a Senior Landscape Designer at Olin Partnership in Philadelphia where she worked on a variety of project types encompassing urban design, master planning and public gardens. She has worked professionally in several states including Oregon, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and New Mexico on projects ranging from large master planned communities to institutional work and private gardens.
Her passion in teaching is focused on environmental and ecological issues particularly those related to sustainable design, storm water management and brown field redevelopment. She has taught graduate and undergraduate design studios and seminars in digital media, urban design, site development and construction. When not teaching, Carla is gardening with her family and furthering her interest in promulgating environmental awareness and interest in young children.
Having traveled extensively across the United States she continues to explore places that orchestrate powerful spaces of discovery. This fall Carla will teach LAR 500, the Advanced Landscape Architecture Design Studio and LAR 210, Digital Drawing.
Master of Landscape Architecture University of Pennsylvania 2001
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1989
Area(s) of Expertise
Site ecology, storm water management, brownfield redevelopment