-NESS Talks: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas


Thursday, July 30, 2020, 4:00pm to 6:00pm

This event is virtual. E-mail hello@nessmagazine.com for the zoom link.

Keynote: Charles Waldheim, Director, Office for Urbanization, Harvard Graduate School of Design

Moderators: Mercedes Peralta, Office for Urbanization, Harvard University; Jeanette Sordi, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez and New York Institute of Technology; Florencia Rodriguez, Editorial Director and Co-founder, Lots of Architecture-publishers

Join us for the online launch of NESS.docs 2: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas. Including panel discussions with Florencia Rodriguez, Mercedes Peralta, Jeannette Sordi in conversation with Luis Callejas, Martín Cobas, Ana María Duran, Alfredo Ramírez, and Elisa Silva.

NESS.docs 2: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas reflects on the research project Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas, led by Charles Waldheim and the Office for Urbanization at Harvard Graduate School of Design. More than twenty Latin American practices are shown and grouped in five different themes: Biological Environments, Resilient Grounds, Performative Systems, Revealed Protocols, and Assembled Natures. Finally, a conversation between Charles Waldheim, Florencia Rodriguez, and Luis Callejas deepens the discussion of our academic curricula, drawing as representation, political spaces, and the general sensitivity around landscape.

Organized by -NESS and the Office for Urbanization

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