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General Sessions

Shared Wisdom: Legacy, Practice, and Partnership

Saturday, October 22
8:00 – 9:00 am
New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

From early Harvard days to the present, the work of William Johnson, FASLA and Peter Walker, FASLA has respectively pushed the boundaries of the profession outward to embrace broad contextual concerns, and inward to new artistic heights. As collaborators they sought to explore the potentially rich interface between these areas. In this rare interview, conducted by James Richards, FASLA, two of the most influential thinkers and practitioners of landscape architecture’s past 50 years will share insights into the guiding principles, defining works and key lessons of their careers, and offer their takes on the future of the profession.

William Johnson James Richards Peter Walker
William Johnson, FASLA
University of Michigan, Retired
James Richards, FASLA
Townscape
Peter Walker, FASLA
PWP Landscape Architecture


Designing for Diversity/Diversity in Design

Sunday, October 23
8:00 – 9:00 am
New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Our world is changing dramatically. Half of the global population live in urban areas, and the demographic makeup of cities is rapidly changing. Traditional models of city development have not accounted for the needs of all residents. Ron Sims, Deputy Secretary for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2009-2011, Diana Fernandez, ASLA, Kona Gray, ASLA, Mark Rios, FASLA, and Lucinda Sanders, FASLA will discuss the importance of fostering diversity in design and urban policy.

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Diana Fernandez Kona Gray Mark Rios Lucinda Sanders Ron Sims
Diana Fernandez, ASLA
Sasaki
Kona Gray, ASLA
EDSA
Mark Rios, FASLA, FAIA
Rios Clementi Hale Studios
Lucinda Sanders, FASLA
OLIN
Ron Sims
Washington Health Benefit Exchange Board

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