Three remarkable landscape architects—Lisa Switkin, Michael Boucher, and David Rubin—working in varied climates & topographies, share how their award-winning designs, both public and private, have been inspired by the people who will inhabit these newly created landscapes.
Lisa Switkin: Cohabitation
October 4, 2021
Lisa Switkin, FAAR, ALSA, will discuss new forms of public space that foster environmental health and resilience, social cohesion and well-being, and connection to place.
Michael Boucher: Enduring Landscapes
October 18, 2021
Michael Boucher, FASLA, will discuss how he achieves simple and restrained designs that exhibit a timeless quality and unite each building with its site across a variety of scales and architectural approaches.
David Rubin: Empathy and Inclusivity in the Public Realm
November 1, 2021
David Rubin, PLA, FASLA, FAAR, will share his concern that the connective tissue of our cities—the “third spaces” between work and home—are not truly public or reflective of the general population.
CEUs available: APLD and LA CES
Support generously provided by the Heimbold Family