Sustainable Design

Education Session - Panel Format

MON-B07 - Informing Metropolitan Landscapes: Performance Lessons from Case Studies

Monday, October 22
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: 119

1.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, FL, NY/HSW

Metropolitan landscapes are growing at unprecedented rates in the United States. Evidence-based design approaches are gaining greater traction and have the opportunity to improve the quality of built environments. This session examines landscape performance lessons learned through a unique collaboration between academic researchers and project designers from three distinct projects.

Learning Objectives:

Barbara Deutsch, FASLA

CEO
Landscape Architecture Foundation

Barbara Deutsch, FASLA is the CEO of the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) since 2009. She has a diverse background in both the private and not-for-profit sector, bringing ten years of award-winning marketing experience from IBM before making a career change to become a landscape architect. In between these careers she worked as the Field Director for a congressional campaign. These experiences have been influential in leading the Foundation and developing the Landscape Performance Series, LAF’s long-term strategic research initiative and series of online tools and resources to show the value of sustainable landscape solutions to a wide variety of decision-makers.

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Taner R. Ozdil, ASLA

Associate Professor & Associate Director for Research CfMD
The University of Texas at Arlington

Dr. Özdil is an Associate Professor for the Program in Landscape Architecture and Associate Director for Research for The Center for Metropolitan Density (CfMD) at The University of Texas at Arlington. His scholarly and professional activities focus on economic, environmental and social value creation through landscape architecture, urban design and physical planning practices primarily in mixed-use environments, high density urban areas, and metropolitan regions. Dr. Özdil is a three time LAF-Landscape Architecture Foundation’s CSI fellowship/award recipient. Dr. Özdil received his BLA from Ankara University, MLA from the University of Colorado at Denver, and Ph.D. from Texas A&M University.

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Jim Manskey, ASLA

PLA, President
TBG Partners

Jim serves as President of TBG Partners and provides visionary leadership for the firm’s practice, strategic operations and business development. He has guided TBG toward a performance-based practice — prioritizing empirical benefits derived from exceptional landscape design solutions with key focus on the environment’s impact on experience. Jim excels at creating sense of place, responding to the site, culture and context. He serves on the LAF Board, in addition to being involved with ULI. He received his Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, from Texas A&M University and was named an Outstanding Alumni by A&M’s College of Architecture in 2015.

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Steven Spears, FASLA, AICP

Principal
GroundWork Development Company

Steven Spears, FASLA, PLA, AICP is an independent design consultant and a Principal with GroundWork Development Company. Spears holds a BLA degree with Honors from Ball State University and earned his MFA in Design from The University of Texas at Austin. Through leadership, design, development, and research, Spears methodically integrates the local values of economy, sustainability, culture, and human sensory. Spears’ private and public-sector planning, design and development efforts have been recognized at the state and national level. Spears is a member of ASLA and APA. He was inducted into the ASLA Council of Fellows in 2015.

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