TCLF: Race & Space Conversations

NY

How do we create a spatial practice for a more equitable and just society? In this Race & Space Conversation, moderator and transdisciplinary designer April De Simone, principal at Trahan Architects, will speak with panelists including historian and author Linda Tarrant-Reid of New Rochelle, N.Y.; Partners for Environmental Justice board member Amin Davis of Raleigh, …

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TCLF Garden Dialogues: Stamford Ct.

NY

Join TCLF at West Hill Farm in Stamford Ct. James Doyle, of James Doyle Design Associates, spent seven years creating this garden. Tending this landscape is where he is most at peace, and creating an environment of flora and fauna and sustainability connects him to the natural world. This safe habitat supports an extreme abundance of …

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TCLF: Race & Space Conversations

How do we create a spatial practice for a more equitable and just society? In this Race & Space Conversation, moderator and transdisciplinary designer April De Simone, principal at Trahan Architects, will speak with panelists including Director of Water’s Edge Museum Candance Henry of Oxford, MD, Judge Gary Jackson of Lincoln Hills,CO, and, Bronze Foundation …

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TCLF Garden Dialogues: Southampton, NY

NY

Join TCLF Garden Dialogues at Southampton Beach House. This intimate suburban lot is located in Southampton, New York.  With the property situated on one of many side streets, without views of the ocean or salt marshes, Devore Associates chose to focus inward.  Different garden rooms were created by developing a series of spaces that relate …

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TCLF: Garden Dialogues 2022: Southampton, NY II

NY

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. The 4.5-acre site included the remnants of a dunescape – much of which had been compromised and eroded from storms and flooding. Sawyer|Berson’s …

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TCLF: Garden Dialogues 2022: Water Mill, NY

NY

Laguardia Design Group Studio  This adventure will begin with a private tour of the LaGuardia Design Group (LDG) studio in Water Mill, NY.  Founded in 1992 as a one-man landscape architecture firm in Southampton, New York, LaGuardia Design Group set an ambition from the beginning to create beautiful and enduring landscapes. Christopher LaGuardia, the firm’s founder, …

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TCLF Symposium: Situating the Residential Projects of the Olmsted Firm

NY

Photo courtesy of The Cultural Landscape Foundation This major two-day symposium brings together experts in the fields of landscape architecture history and practice to examine the residential projects of the Olmsted firm, spanning from 1857 to 1979. Organized and hosted by Planting Fields Foundation, in conjunction with the National Association for Olmsted Parks (NAOP) and …

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TCLF – What’s Out There Weekend: Olmsted on Long Island

NY

Together with Planting Fields Foundation, The Cultural Landscape Foundation celebrates the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.'s, birth by exploring his legacy on Long Island with a weekend of free, expert-led tours. The event will feature more than a dozen sites, including iconic estates, cemeteries, sanctuaries and nurseries, and more. This event is held in …

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TCLF: Oberlander Prize Forum II: Landscape Activism

The second Oberlander Prize Forum – “Landscape Activism” – explores the depth, complexity, and entrepreneurship of activist practices throughout the country. Julie Bargmann, inaugural laureate of the Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize, is known for an activist approach to practice. Like Cornelia Oberlander before her, and like Ian McHarg and Frederick Law Olmsted, …

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