Outdoor Spaces Virtual Summit
Landscape | Sustainability | Remediation
This virtual one day conference features national leaders in landscape architecture presenting case studies of recent projects and discussions on how the relationship to outdoors has changed in recent years in light of the on-going pandemic, the urgencies of climate change, the need for new public spaces, and the drive to create more healthy and engaged relationships to our landscapes. Join the conversation on December 9th.
6 LACES Credits (pending approval)
Topics to include:
Fine Tuning Little Island
Hear from the design team about the fine tuning of Little Island. Signe Nielsen and the project team of experts in sound, lighting, landscape, and materials, discuss getting down to details in one of Manhattan’s highest profile and newest attractions along the Hudson River.
A conversation between Doug Reed, FASLA RAAR of Reed Hildebrand and Trey Trahan, FAIA of Trahan Architects on their collaborations on conservation, preservation, and stewardship of landscapes around the world—from the new National Bonsai & Penjing Museum in the U.S. National Arboretum and the large-scale conservation efforts at Fundo Tic Toc in Patagonia, Chile.
Re-engaging the Industrial Waterfront
Waterways are crucial to the economic development, history, and identities of our cities. They are key locations to engage with nature but also serve as protective barriers against rising sea levels. Many formerly industrialized areas along the water also require environmental remediation from their former manufacturing uses to become fertile ground for new spaces of public enjoyment. Hear about amazing transformations of waterfront adjacent spaces and learn about the Waterfront Alliances new standard for waterfront design.
ASLA-NY is an Industry Partner with the host of the event, Architect’s Newsletter. ASLANY members will receive a 20% discount. Contact email@example.com for code.
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