American Planning Association National Conference

APA heads south to New Orleans in 2010 as we continue a two-year journey from the headwaters of the Mississippi Don’t miss the opportunity to build business relationships and meet face to face with potential clients in New Orleans.

Saturday, April 10 – Tuesday, April 13, 2010

New Orleans Convention Center

Lecture – Virginia Tech – Peter Culley

Peter Culley

Associate Partner – Rick Mather

Tuesday · 16 February 2010 · 2:00 PM
Hancock Hall, Room 100
Art of Building Lecture Series

Rick Mather leads a busy international architectural, masterplanning and urban design practice. Completed work spans both new build and renovation with a special interest in the cultural and education sectors.

Lecture – Virginia Tech – Roy Decker

Roy Decker
DUVALL DECKER

Tuesday · 26 January 2010 · 2:00 PM
Hancock Hall, Room 100 Virginia Tech
Art of Building Lecture Series

DUVALL DECKER was established to practice architecture with a rare balance of technical skill and design ability, and our reputation with both our clients and the contractors who build our work reflects the extent of our commitment to quality.

Lecture – Virginia Tech – Jonathan Kemnitzer, IDSA

Wednesday · 20 January 2010
7:00 PM · Hancock Hall, Room 100

Principal
KEM Studio
Architecture and Industrial Design Firm

KEM STUDIO is a design firm fusing architecture and industrial design. Our firm was founded and is guided by the fundamental principle that we can make life better through design.

3829 Main Street Suite 600 Kansas City, MO 64111 USA

Timeless Design in a Sustainable World: Charles F. Gillette Forum

If one legacy of the 20th century is its architectural prowess, might the 21st century be devoted to developing exquisite green spaces between the buildings where we live, work, and play?  All around the world, growing urban populations are seeking communal spaces—parks, squares, plazas, piazzas, greenways and gardens—as essential components of daily life, places of respite and reflection, recreation, and celebration. This symposium will examine timeless principles of design—whether applied to the creation of a residential garden or a public space—that connect us to the natural world and in so doing, fulfill man’s innate desire for association with other living things.  The symposium honors the legacy of Charles F. Gillette, a leader in the field of landscape architecture, by engaging the public in a conversation about the importance of landscape design and the value of Gillette’s ideals of elegance, superb craftsmanship, and seamless blending of architecture and garden.

Featuring: Douglas Reed, FALSA, of Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Watertown, MA  and Thomas Woltz, ALSA, of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architecture Firm, Charlottesville, VA

The Gillette Forum AGENDA is now on-line!

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