Conway students will present creative solutions to six very different and very demanding real-world projects, at Conway on Friday, June 8, 2012, 9:00 AM – 4:45 PM.
The critics will be Landscape architect and planner Peter Flinker (Principal, Dodson & Flinker), ecologist Julie Richburg (Regional Ecologist, The Trustees of Reservations), and landscape designer and artist Todd Lynch ’05.
The day will begin with a welcome and introductions at 9:00 am, and will wrap up with light refreshments at 4:00 pm. (Check back closer to the date for a detailed schedule.)
Student projects this spring include a master plan for a botanical sanctuary in the heart of Appalachia; ecological design guidelines for an urban main street; a landscape design plan for a public plaza in the desert border town of Ajo, Arizona; wayfinding and planting detail plans for a nationally renowned yoga center in the Berkshires; village center designs for a community in southern Maine; and a master plan for a land-based education center in Vermont.
Please come see the school in action. Let us know if you are coming: RSVP here.