Sarah Schramm is a landscape designer working on developing visuals that spatially communicate data and processes in the landscape. These visuals have been used by the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority and The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana to communicate research about Louisiana’s land loss crisis and project proposals that respond to it. Additional research interests include urban development strategies that accommodate temporary population increase as a result of disaster evacuees, and landscape strategies that stabilize contaminants in sensitive environments. Sarah brings her experience from working with Tim Beatley on the Biophilic Cities project, with Suzanna Moomaw on the Appalachian Prosperity Project, and with faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Entomology Research and Extension. Additional experience in forestry, fine arts, restoration work, and disaster response supports the work she does in the studio. She holds degrees in Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia (MLA 2014) and Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (BS 2006). Sarah is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Sarah Schramm Projects & Programs:
Advanced Research in Coastal Ecological DesignComplementing the overarching theme, the course was composed of two major components addressing specific research agendas within the CSS: 1) the development of content for the Expanded Small Scale Physical...Capacity Building
New Orleans: Port City to Global HinterlandDesign Speculation
Center for River Studies and Exhibition DesignThe design of a 9,000 square foot exhibition space and development of exhibit content on coastal protection and restoration to be housed in the Center for River Studies.Visual Communication
Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) Visualization and Communication ProgramThe program is intended to educate and foster an understanding of CPRA’s efforts to implement a complex system of coastal community sustaining and restoration measures that will ensure the reduction...Visual Communication