Lecturer, Architecture, Planning & Environmental Design, University of Colorado
Scott Carman is a founding principal of C2 Studio Landscape Architecture in Fort Collins, a design firm with 15+ years of award-winning projects. Scott brings expertise in contemporary design, sustainable site technologies, construction documentation and fabrication techniques to manage projects from planning to built completion. He is deeply knowledgeable about effective design communication, an endeavor that delivers dividends in the form of better-educated design decision making, enhanced fundraising opportunities, expedited governmental review, and streamlined construction documentation. Scott shares his passion for design and technology as an instructor of design studios geographic information systems (GIS) courses at the University of Colorado. His research work focuses on the use of geospatial technology to understand and design complex urban social and environmental systems.
Scott holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Horticulture from Cornell University.