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  • Simulating Natures.
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    This symposium, “Simulating Natures,” explores how recent forms of media influence our understanding and formation of landscapes.

    symposium: “Simulating Natures.”
    Thursday, 03/19 – Friday, 03/20 // Lower Gallery, Meyerson Hall
    PennDesign
    210 South 34th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

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  • Surface Conversations
    cincinnati OHIO

    Surface Conversations, a two-day workshop/symposium focusing on the re-surfacing of the Aronoff Center for Design and Art with conversations on the influence of signature architecture on campus planning. This symposium considers the surfaces of buildings and landscapes, with the University of Cincinnati campus serving as an intellectual and physical site for inspection. Speakers include Michael Graves, Peter Eisenman, Karen M’Closkey, Andrew Witt, Jane Weinzapfel & Andrea Leers, Buzz Yudell, and more.

    Surface Conversationa
    Thursday, 10/25 & Friday 10/26
    College of DAAP
    University of Cincinnati
    Aronoff Center
    650 Walnut Street
    Cincinnati, OH 45202

  • karen M'CLOSKEY wins Rome Prize
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    Karen M’Closkey, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at UPENN and principal of PEG, has won the Garden Club of America Rome Prize. She has proposed A Field Guide to Rome: Baedeker and Beyond as her topic.

    PEG office of landscape + architecture is an award-winning design and research office based in Philadelphia, PA. We engage a wide range of projects in terms of content, scale, and medium. Whether through competitions, writing or client-sponsored work, we explore the overlapping terrain between the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture. Utilizing the techniques or conventions inherent in one discipline enables us to scrutinize the conventions of the other in order to imagine new formal and material arrangements. This does not, however, lead to the uniform application of technique. If we believed in manifestos, ours would be that scale matters.