MON-C01: The Ford Foundation: Restoring Dan Kiley's Design and the Challenges Met

Start Date
10/22/2018
End Date
10/22/2018
Description
The Ford Foundation headquarters major renovation is restoring Dan Kiley’s landmarked atrium. Challenges included plant selections adapted to the interior environment while sensitive to the historic design, acclimation procedures, steep slopes, and access. Innovative methods delivered the atrium on a tight schedule, requiring the contractor to accept nonstandard approaches.
Location
Philadelphia, PA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Historic Preservation
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
1. Understand how analysis of the design intent of a landmarked atrium provided the basis of restoration and in doing so allowed innovative methods of design delivery supported by the client. 2. Understand how to restore a significant historic landscape using innovative methods of delivery including tree root preparation reducing tree weight, and size to conform to unusual spatial geometry for installation. 3. See how the craft of implementation provides innovative solutions when construction does not go as anticipated. 4. Understand how collaboration between several landscape architects , architects and engineers results in the restoration of an iconic Dan Kiley design.
Instructors
Annette Wilkus, FASLA; Raymond Jungles, FASLA; Andrew Lavallee, FASLA; Jorge Champin;
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Provider
American Society of Landscape Architects


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