The campus for non-profit arts organization Amant encompasses exhibition galleries, a performance space, a bookstore and café, offices, and a studio residency, spread across three contiguous addresses. Landscape architects Future Green Studio achieved a feeling of unity through the creation of a series of courtyard spaces. This Garden Dialogue will be led by Nancy Seaton and Zenobia Meckley from Future Green Studio. For complete information, CLICK HERE.
Southampton NY 2pm-3:30pm
Combining landscape restoration with the client’s desire for a robust domestic landscape program was one of many challenges for this summer residence located on the barrier island below the Village of Southampton. This Garden Dialogue will be led by J. Brian Sawyer, FASLA. For complete information, CLICK HERE.
Rye NY 2pm-3:30pm
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (NBW) worked closely with the Jay Heritage Center (JHC) to realize its vision of transforming a former private estate into a vibrant educational campus hosting programs on American history, social justice, architecture, environmental stewardship, and landscape conservation. This Garden Dialogue will be led by Mark Strieter from NBW. For complete information, CLICK HERE.
1.5 LA CES™ professional development hours will be available for each of these sessions, pending approval