Karl Kullmann is a landscape architect, urban designer and Associate Professor at the College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches design studios in landscape architecture and urban design, and courses in landscape theory and digital modeling and visualization. Karl’s scholarship and creative work currently explores the cultural agency of topographically complex landscapes in the context of landscape and urban design. Karl has published widely on this subject through diverse lenses, including urban topography, green infrastructure, urban wastelands, public gardens, urban decline, spatial orientation and disorientation, design modeling and visualization, mapping and datascaping.
Research Expertise and Interest
Landscape and urban design, landscape and urban theory, digital representation