NYBG’s Winter Lecture Series with Kate Orff

NY

Kate Orff: Mending the Landscape This lecture will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. For Kate Orff, landscape architects must do more than "beautify"-they must help reset ecosystems to reconnect people to each other through ecological-social design. In her firm's signature projects-from the $60 million Living Breakwaters barrier reef and shoreline restoration …

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NYBG’s Winter Lecture Series with Claudia West

NY

Claudia West: Rebuilding Abundance Our cities and suburbs desperately need more inspiring, ecologically rich planting. Yet budgets are tight, and crews and gardeners are often unfamiliar with more diverse planting typologies. Claudia West will share the scientific models and hands-on techniques her landscape architecture firm, Phyto Studio, applies to tackle the maintenance challenge and create …

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NYBG’s Winter Lecture Series with James Burnett

NY

James Burnett: Envisioning Landscapes: Making the Unseen Seen OJB founding partner James Burnett shares the threads that run through the firm's projects over the past 30 years. Noted for belief that landscape has the power to transform cities and strengthen communities, and commitment to addressing issues of access, equity, and health in their public spaces, …

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