Landscapes - Winter 2015 - (Page 14)
TO bEGIN WITH | POUR COMMENCER
OUR WRITERS | NOS RÉDACTEURS
1_LINDA IRVINE, OALA, FCSLA, is Manager, Parks and Open
Space Development for the City of Markham. For more than
16 years, she has managed an expanding department of
professional staff who have delivered more than $90 million
of new parks - an essential component of the "complete
communities" for which Markham is well-known. Linda is a
former president of the CSLA, and continues to volunteer
on professional committees and task forces, and promote
the important role of landscape architects in creating
meaningful and sustainable public spaces.
email@example.com | www.markham.ca
2_JEAN LANDRY, AAPQ, FCSLA, est architecte paysagiste
depuis plus de 30 ans. Il a récemment piloté toute
l'élaboration de la Charte du paysage du Canada jusqu'à sa
ratification en mai 2015. Il se consacre à la gestion de projets
intégrant une participation active de parties prenantes.
Cet intérêt pour une offre de services en espaces libres
et verts adaptée aux besoins de clientèles diversifiées
est complété par une passion pour la photographie
documentaire et artistique. Il était le photographe officiel du
dernier congrès de l'AAPC.
3_DAN NUTTALL, BSc, MSc, MLA, PhD, MALA, CSLA, is an
artist, landscape architect and curriculum consultant who
considers the act of "bringing into being" as central to his
practice. Dan has recently designed a new park in Richmond
Hill, developed curriculum in landscape design for the
university of Guelph, and exhibited paintings in juried shows
in New York and Toronto, and in this fall's Carmichael Canadian
Landscape Exhibition at the Orillia Museum of Art and History.
www.dandoesdesign.com | dandoesdesign on Facebook
4_JAMES TAYLOR, OALA, FCSLA, is also a fellow of the
ASLA and CELA. He is Professor Emeritus in Landscape
Architecture at the university of Guelph, and his book," The
Practice of Landscape Architecture in Canada", is widely
used as a text for students and practitioners.
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5_MARTHA CECILIA FAJARDO is a Colombian landscape architect
and CEO of Grupo Verde, a firm dedicated to the professional
practice of landscape architecture, urbanism and urban design.
She has a MLA from Sheffield university, England and a degree
in architecture. Martha and was a driver for the organization
and recognition of the profession in Africa, India and China.
6_CORINNE MEADOWS, BLA, OALA, went back to school to avoid
spending 40 hours a week in AutoCAD. Now that she's completed
her certificate in Professional Communication from u of T, she
spends over 80 hours a week launching her writing business.
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.thewordbistro.com
7_GLEN MANNING is a principal with HTFC Planning & Design
in Winnipeg. He was the lead designer for the Winnipeg Folk
Festival site redevelopment project and the Festival Tower. Glen
owes thanks to his son Adam, who was sketching tower ideas
with him when the idea of the hyperboloid was born.
email@example.com | www.htfc.mb.ca
8_MARC RYAN is principal and co-founder of PuBLIC WORK.
Established in Toronto in 2012, the office focuses on the
intelligent evolution of the contemporary city. Marc's experience
includes 15 years of practice in Canada, the united States and
Europe. Formerly, Marc was studio director of West 8 Toronto,
where he provided design leadership on some of West 8's most
significant commissions in North America, including Toronto's
Central Waterfront and Governors Island in NYC.
9_BRENDA J. BROWN describes her work as landscape design
art research and an ongoing grapple to reveal and interpret
landscape ecosystem phenomena, processes and relationships.
She is particularly concerned with landscape sounds, how they
can be revealed and what they reveal about landscapes. Often
collaborating with ecologists and composers as well as other
designers, her "cluster projects" culminate in site-specific
exhibitions, music premieres and other presentations.
firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Landscapes - Winter 2015
COVER | COUVERTURE
TO BEGIN WITH | POUR COMMENCER
WRITERS | NOS RÉDACTEURS
UPFRONT | PROLOGUE
Celebrating the Charter | Célébrer!
INTERVIEW | ENTREVUE
!Vámonos! to Mexico City
Cultural Dimensions of Contemporary Design
Keeping the Land
Kingston: Vintage Grace Meets Modernist Style
OPINION | OPINION
NUNAVIK + LE PLAN NORD
Metamorphous: Vancouver’s Seawall Sculpture
bREAL ART + DESIGN
JEAN LANDRY, LAST WORD
LE MOT DE LA FIN | THE LAST WORD
Landscapes - Winter 2015