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Posted Monday 29 October 2012 at 6:00 pm |
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Kevin Conger

Consilient Urbanism : The Convergence of Purpose, Beauty and Street Life

Join us for a lecture with Kevin Conger, ASLA, and Principal of CMG Landscape Architecture, a San Francisco-based studio.  Mr. Conger serves as President and CEO of CMG, directing many of the firm’s projects and developing a role in the Bay Area design community.  His recent projects have included Better Market Street, the Yerba Buena Street Life Plan and redevelopment plans for Treasure Island, Hunters Point, and Concord Naval Weapons Station as well as universities and schools, parks, and urban infill residential development.  Mr. Conger has taught at Rhode Island School of Design, UC Berkeley, and the Boston Architectural College. 

Posted Monday 08 October 2012 at 3:00 pm |

CALL for ENTRIES | OUT/in/FRONT Landscape Leading

UW PAC Landscape Architecture Professional Design Exhibition

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The profession of Landscape Architecture has matured with an influential voice in the discourse and design that is shaping the contemporary built environment.  The University of Washington Department of Landscape Architecture and its Professional Advisory Council invite your firm, agency, or non-profit to showcase projects, proposals, or activities where landscape architects have played a prime role.  The exhibition begins in Gould Court at the UW College of Built Environments and then travels to locations such as AIA Seattle and Washington State University.

For additional event and registration information, please visit the OUT/in/FRONT Exhibition Website.

ARC (previously Olympic Repro) will offer a 50% discount when you reference your UW Out in Front entry.


UPDATE: OUT/in/FRONT 2011 ONLINE GALLERY now available for viewing!

Posted Tuesday 02 October 2012 at 4:55 pm |