Two distinct voices in the profession of landscape architecture, Andrea Cochran and Ken Smith, engage in candid dialogue to examine methods for creating experientially powerful landscapes. Their conversation investigates landscape architecture’s orientation to art, and the potential role of art in facilitating an elevated experience of landscape.
Be inspired by a conversation about the importance of art in landscape architecture, and, further, speculate on its necessity for the future of the field.
Hear first-hand how landscape architects have worked with artists to elevate the experiential qualities of their projects.
Understand the challenges and successes of working individually and collaboratively.
Gather some best practices to move towards artistic and intellectual integrity in a landscape project.