Publications

International Federation of Landscape Architecture (IFLA) World Congress of Landscape Architecture: “Scales of Nature”, June 27-29, 2011 Zurich, Switzerland on the topic:  Biodiversity in the City: Enrichment for Urban Life and Work – “Making It Personal, Making It Real”.

Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, (CELA) 2011 Annual Meeting, March 29-April 2, Los Angeles, California, in the theme track- “Urban Nature”, on the topic “A Case Study of an Urban Nature Center in Northeast Los Angeles”;

Metro’s 2010 Pedestrian Symposium: Walking into the Future City- Invited Speaker

“RE-IMAGINING THE CITIES OF TOMORROW A Look at the Future Cities if We Stay on Our Present Path. Want Different, Design Different: Improving Mobility and the Health of Our Communities.”  Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority, Los Angeles, May 12, 2010.

KEYT Television Channel 3 Santa Barbara: “Council to Move Forward with De La Guerra Re-Design” November 24, 2009.

Santa Barbara News Press:  “Council Advances De La Guerra Plaza Redesign” November 25, 2009.

KNBC Television Channel 4 Los Angeles:  “USC Class Memorializes Fellow Student” May 2009.

“Designing the Parks” Conference, Invited Paper and Presentation: ” Environmental stewardship and education through immersive experience”, National Park Service/Cultural Landscape Foundation/University of Virginia, – San Francisco, California December 9-10, 2008.

Santa Barbara News Press: “IT’S A GO! Landmarks Commission Green-Lights De La Guerra Plans,” October 18, 2007.

Arizona Republic: “Goodyear Council Gets Look at Proposed Downtown,” October 16, 2007.

Los Angeles Times Magazine: “Stepping Out – They say only the rich, poor and crazy walk in L.A. Does it have to be that way?” September 16, 2007.

Los Angeles Times: “Caltech Branches into Olive Oil,” April 27, 2007.

Los Angeles Magazine: “The New Cop on the Block – How a Promised Park Became the LAPD Headquarters” December 2006.

La Jolla Light: “Green Dreams,” Nov. 17. 2005.

Los Angeles Downtown News: “Time to Focus on First Street,” September 12, 2005.

Houston Chronicle, Forget Sprawl: LA Going Green,” January 31, 2004.

Los Angeles Times: “Building on Green Principles,” January 26, 2004.

Christian Science Monitor: “Finding Patches of Wilderness in the City,” December 30, 2003.

Los Angeles Times: “Where Poetry and Civic Purpose Meet,” Art Review by Christopher Knight, November 11, 2003.

Los Angeles TimesSow and Behold: Husband-wife team landscapes new cathedral with respect for biblical themes”; August 8, 2002.

Los Angeles Times: Art & Architecture: “One Possible Avenue of Expression”; West Hollywood Veterans Memorial; April 30, 2000.

The Tidings, “Greening the Cathedral,” April 17, 1998.

Art on File International , Public Art Index, 1983 – present.

Author (Regula Campbell): LA The City Observed , Moore, Becker, Campbell, Random House.

Featured project: Lobo Canyon Residence; “ Reflections on the Pool ;” Levick/Baldon/Melchior; Rizzoli International Publications, 1997; chapter 6, pgs. 126-127.

Featured project: Casa California ; McMillan/Levick; Rizzoli International Publications, 1996; pgs. 75-81.

Arts + Architecture, “A Spanish Garden,” July 1995.

Los Angeles, An Architectural Guide , David Gebhard and Robert Winter, Gibbs Smith, Salt Lake City, 1994.

Waterfronts, Breen Rigby, McGraw Hill, 1994.

Author: “Stewards of the Land” Greater Los Angeles Green Pages , Green Media Group, Berkeley, 1993.

Modern Landscape Architecture: A Critical Review, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1993.

Landscape Architecture ,” Imperial Beach Pier Plaza,” 1991.

Angeles Magazine, “Urbanities,” August 1991.

Angeles Magazine, “Garden Partners.”

Architecture Magazine, “Law and Order,” February/April 1991.

Places, “Conceiving a Courtyard,” Vol. 6 number 3, Spring 1990.

Architectural Record, “Imperial Beach Pier Plaza,” November 1989.

Pasadena Star News, “Glorious Public Art,” June 1989.

Angeles Magazine, “New Venice Vernacular,” November 1988.

Los Angeles Times, “Pasadena Police, a Group Effort,” 1988.

LA West Magazine, “Westside Landscapes ’87.”

Process Architecture – Landscape Design: New Wave in California, #61, 1985.

Evening Outlook, “Santa Monica Pier,” May 1984.

LA Architect, “St Matthews,” May 1984.

Los Angeles Times, “St. Matthews Intimate, Awesome,” June 1983.

Los Angeles Times, “It Takes More Than a Fiesta,” Miracle on Broadway.

Author (Regula Campbell): “Notes on Landscape Design in Southern California ,” L.A. Architect, Journal of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Vol. 7, No. 9, October 1981.

Journal: Art for the Public, New Collaboration, “Wilshire Boulevard Renovation.”