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The leaders at MVVA see new projects as more than just business. Each design is an opportunity to challenge our assumptions, learn through experimentation, and grow both individually and collectively. In this session we will use case studies to explore the value of teaching and learning through practice as means to achieve design excellence.
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Learn how MVVA’s work grows out of experimentation and a methodology that draws a correlation between material boundaries and innovation.
Understand the power of small projects as research and the importance of allowing junior staff to hone their ideas through experimentation.
Explore methods for integrating learning, teaching, and experimentation as workplace best practices.
Describe how iteration and conversation drive the creative process.
Michael Van Valkenburgh, Andy Wisniewski, Scott Streeb, Chris Donohue
American Society of Landscape Architects