Transforming North Carolina’s Research Triangle – Closing Panel



TCLF’s latest conference, Leading with Landscape IV: Transforming North Carolina’s Research Triangle, was held on April 13, 2018, at the James B. Hunt, Jr., Library at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Topics explored include the regionally unique coupling of human and natural systems, how the area’s campus landscapes are serving as “incubators” for innovative planning and design solutions, new projects that are re-evaluating the region’s monuments and memorials, two revered public landscapes—Moore Square and Dix Park—and much more. To learn more about the conference: https://tclf.org/sites/default/files/microsites/raleigh2018/index.html

Closing Panel

Moderator:

Andrew Fox, ASLA, PLA
Associate Professor and University Faculty Scholar, North Carolina State University, College of Design

Panelists:

Walter R. Havener
Founding Principal and Director of Design, Surface 678

Randolph Hester
Director, Center for Ecological Democracy

Linda Jewell
Partner, Freeman & Jewell Landscape Architecture

Alexandra Lange
Architecture Critic, Curbed

Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, Hon. ASLA
Commissioner, New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

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