Professional Background: R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
Gainesville, Florida, New York, New York & Paris, France
Schnadelbach, Professor of Landscape Architecture, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University of Florida was principal of several Schnadelbach firms from 1969 until 1995 with offices in New York and Paris. He has had major commissions throughout the United States, Europe, South East Asia and the Middle East. He has consulted in London, Paris, Rome, Athens and Berlin to governments, institutions, and private industry.
Schnadelbach is a graduate in Architecture of Louisiana State University and in Landscape Architecture of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Mr. Schnadelbach was the 1964 and 1965 winner of the American Academy in Rome's coveted Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture. He has numerous national and international awards for his work. Mr. Schnadelbach's work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum, and Urban Center in New York City, the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City. the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Century Association, New York City.
Before joining the faculty at the University of Florida, Professor Schnadelbach had taught Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Rhode Island School of Design, Environmental Design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Real Estate Development at the School of Architecture, Columbia University. He has also lectured at colleges and universities throughout the United States, including Cornell University and University of Virginia, and in France, Solivinia, Cambodia and the United Arab Emirates. His major skills are as architect, landscape architect, ecologist, planner, urban designer, and historian.
At the University of Florida, Professor Schnadelbach served as chair
of the Department of Landscape Architecture from 1995 to 2000 and has
since continued as a full tenured professor engaged in graduate and undergraduate
education. He teaches landscape architectural theory and urban design
and is the landscape architectural program director at the university’s
Paris Research center. For his distinguished service, Professor Schnadelbach
has been awarded the President=s Professors Award 2002-2003 for High Productive
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