Change Agents: Landscape Architects on the Innovation Forefront
Landscape Architecture Pecha Kucha Night
Today’s landscape architects are pushing the boundaries of the profession, advocating for positive change and creating quality spaces for civic life. To examine the current state of landscape architecture and uncover new directions, experiments, and accomplishments, the New York Chapter ASLA and Van Alen Institute will co-host a Landscape Architecture Pecha Kucha Night on Thursday, October 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Pecha Kucha is a lively presentation format, featuring a lineup of twelve speakers presenting twenty slides at a rapid-fire twenty seconds per slide. Most of all, it’s an inclusive atmosphere of camaraderie and sharing.
Thanks to everyone who submitted ideas for Pecha Kucha Night presentations! We're pleased to announce the evening's exciting lineup:
Richard Alomar, "Urban Sketching"
Martin Joseph Barry, reSITE, "reSITE: Collaborative Ideas for Livable Cities"
Taewook Cha, Supermass Studio, "Think Differently"
Gareth Mahon, Robin Key Landscape Architecture, "Serviam Gardens: Collaborative Design for Senior Housing"
Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, Catherine Seavitt Studio, "Adaptive Sediments: Dredge & Drift"
Nancy Owens, Nancy Owens Studio, "Green Retrofit of Urban Public Spaces in New York City"
Ian Quate + Colleen Tuite, GRNASFCK, "Against Homogeneous Landscape! And Towards a Local Wilderness"
David Seiter, Future Green Studio, "Resilient Landscapes"
Amy Stroud, Building Foundations, "Build.Found.Haiti"
Meg Studer, Siteations, "Edge Operations_Re-Surveying Walden"
Denisha Williams, "Geometry, Hydrology & Spirit of Leadership"
Lydia Xynogala, The Cooper Union, "Dark Ecology"
Please join us for the show! Just RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Landscape Architecture Pecha Kucha Night is presented in association with Archtober, NYC's month-long festival of architecture activities, programs, and exhibitions.