Data is transforming how we think about, use, and ultimately design our urban landscapes. In this panel, hear from practitioners actively designing with data. Learn how to use both analog and digital tools and methods to measure and track environmental and social phenomena in the urban environment.
Technology / CADD / GIS
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn analog and digital tools and methods to measure and track environmental and social phenomena.
2. Understand how design firms in architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture use data to shape practice. 3. Understand qualitative, quantitative, primary source and secondary source data gathering strategies and their comparative benefits and challenges. 4. Introduce opportunities to translate data collection and analysis methods from social and natural sciences, engineering and technology into design practices.
Rebecca S.. Popowsky, LEED AP, SITES AP; Stephanie Carlisle; Kate W.. DeSantis; Nina Chase, ASLA;
American Society of Landscape Architects