Listening to the Land: Creating an Architecture of Response

Registration Eligibility
Free and Open to the public
Start Date
09/24/2018
End Date
09/24/2018
Description
At Lake|Flato, the design process does not start with developing a shape or desired form of a building, but rather a deep understanding of each project’s climate and context. The key to this process is connecting with the people, ecology and landscape where each building will reside. Matt Wallace, Associate Partner and a leader of Lake|Flato’s Eco Conservation Studio, will present recent projects which speak to these connections and the firm’s mission to enrich communities and nurture life.
Location
Muncie, IN
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Rural Landscape
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
o Understand how an integrated design approach between disciplines can help foster a stronger understanding of key environmental opportunities and challenges.

o Learn methods of preserving and enhancing the landscape in order to develop resilient design strategies for buildings.

o Gain insight on developing and implementing holistic environmental design strategies.

o Learn effective ways to collaborate during the design process in order to create a successful project.
Instructors
Matt Wallace
Website Registration
Course Codes
180924Wallace
Provider
Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Architecture and Planning Ball State University


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