Director Ecoarch Solutions Limited Nairobi, Nairobi Area, Kenya
Economies of many African countries are burgeoning, and the landscape architecture profession, both from a professional and educational perspective is in >>Fast Forward>> mode. This session highlights urban and rural ecological and social work from two offices in South Africa and Morocco, and also presents opportunities in landscape-education institutions.
Examine the natural processes and ancestral practices that can be used to create sustainable landscapes.
Understand how landscape architectural features can evoke a response in people that enables them to identify with a memorial place and assign individual and collective meaning to it.
Gain insight on how participatory planning methods are helping create social empowerment
Learn about the challenges and successes of African Landscape Architecture Educational programs, and learn about studying and teaching opportunities in these schools