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SCAPE reconceives urban landscape design as an activist practice and has driven dynamic processes integrating science, design, engineering, and social life to address the epoch of climate change at multiple scales. The office couples ideas-driven research with pilot projects, experimentation, built works, and publications to influence the conception and agency of landscape architecture.
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn how the firm’s strong agenda and identity carved a pathway for a unique and compelling practice.
2. Hear how the firm is organized to leverage the unique insights and strengths of individual talents and operational strategies that engender growth and participation.
3. Learn how SCAPE mentors and supports designers at all stages of their careers with an emphasis on women in leadership.
4. Learn how the firm’s active participation in nonprofits and community organizations has created a diverse and dynamic creative network that infuses each project with insight and energy.
Kate Orff, ASLA; Alexis Landes, ASLA; Gena Wirth, ASLA; Gerdo Aquino, FASLA
American Society of Landscape Architects