A discussion of the critical need for our landscapes to evolve and adapt to meet the ever-evolving demands of resilience and identity, as well as the changes that are essential to ensure that these landscapes not only endure but find a special place in the hearts and minds of those who identify with/through them.
David Rubin’s lecture is brought to us by the CAP NOMAS students.
MONDAY, NOV. 27 | 4:00 PM | AB100
All are welcome!
David A. Rubin, PLA, FASLA, FAAR, is the founding principal of DAVID RUBIN Land Collective, a landscape architecture, urban design, and planning studio committed to practicing socially-purposeful design. David’s visionary contribution to the field in “empathy-driven design” is a hallmark of the studio, earning increasing renown for fusing issues of social justice in cities with excellence in the design of public spaces. His projects have received awards and honors from the American Society of Landscape Architects and the American Institute of Architects, among others. David was recently appointed by the State Department to The Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO) Industry Advisory Group to advise the U.S. government on best practices in landscape architecture.
David Rubin Land Collective is a landscape architecture, urban design, and planning studio committed to practicing with an emphasis on socially-purposeful design strategies. The studio is dedicated to crafting landscapes that create positive change through cross-disciplinary collaborations and the synthesis of art, technology and the social sciences to create human-centered works. It is an appreciation for empathy that drives the studio’s design process.