This project was delayed until finally resumed after the Civil War. After New York, this project was developed to various cities and other states ranging from California, San Francisco, and others. As time goes by and the success of these projects, this profession became increasingly popular and made many colleges offer courses in landscape architecture to be recognized and make it have its own federation namely the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and also recognized by the International Labor Organization.
Landscape architect is a person involved in a planning, design, and implementation of a variety of different landscapes both in residential or office to other public facilities. To note, a professional who cultivate this work in America for the first time named Frederick Law Olmstead Sr., who was responsible for the construction of the new Central Park in 1857 in the busiest city in the world, New York.