Learn how empathy for the public’s engagement with memorials and park spaces informs the work of Philadelphia-based landscape architecture, urban design, and planning firm DAVID RUBIN Land Collective. Founding principal David A. Rubin, FASLA, FAAR, discusses the joys and challenges of navigating Washington, D.C.’s complex federal and local public space environment, all while steadfastly emphasizing and advocating for the equity, access, and inclusion of every visitor. Projects discussed include Canal Park, Potomac Park Levee, the National World War I Memorial, and Franklin Park. Jennifer Reut, acting editor of Landscape Architecture Magazine, facilitates the program.
This program will be live streamed via Zoom Webinar. Upon completion of your payment here, you will receive a confirmation with instructions on how to register for the Zoom event. Architects and Landscape Architects seeking learning units or Certificates of Completion must provide their information when registering for the Zoom event.
Spotlight on Design: DAVID RUBIN Land Collective is presented in April to celebrate National Landscape Architecture Month.
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1.5 LU (AIA) | 1.5 PDH (ASLA)
$5 Museum Member | Free Student | $10 Non-member
Spotlight on Design is generously supported by the Revada Foundation of the Logan Family, and the Anthony and Keiko Greenberg Foundation.
Image: Aerial view of Franklin Park. Rendering courtesy of DAVID RUBIN Land Collective.