Landscape Lecture

Signe Nielsen

Thursday, November 14, 7 pm
Calderwood Hall

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Landscape Lecture , Signe Nielsen 11/14/2019 7:00 PM 11/14/2019 7:00 PM isgm-event-Landscape Lecture America/New_York Join us for our annual series of engaging and inspirational presentations from leading voices in the field of landscape architecture. Internationally renowned designers present their recent work articulating landscape as a medium of design for the social, cultural, and ecological life of the city. 25 Evans Way, Boston, MA 02115 aIwSTBiOnzHrlaECKmIR43731

Signe Nielsen is a Founding Principal of MNLA and has been a practicing landscape architect and urban designer in New York since 1978. A Fellow of the ASLA, she is the recipient of more than 100 national and local design awards for public open space projects and is published extensively nationally and internationally. Signe is a professor of urban design and landscape architecture at Pratt Institute in both the graduate and undergraduate Schools of Architecture and serves as president of the Public Design Commission of the City of New York. Born in Paris, Signe received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Urban Planning from Smith College; a Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture from City College of New York; and a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Pratt Institute.

Image: At top, Freeman Plaza West, Image by Elizabeth Felicella.

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Landscape and Horticulture public programs are supported by the Barbara E. Millen and Markley H. Boyer Endowment Fund. These programs also are supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.