All Climate Events
Designing Resilient Edges In New York City
Wednesday, 28 March 2018, 4:00
Wednesday, March 28, 2018. 4:00 PM. Designing Resilient Edges In New York City. John Donnelly, SCAPE Landscape Architecture. Sponsored by Department of Landscape Architecture. More information here.
Abstract: Now more than ever, the design and construction of in-water infrastructure, public shorelines, and landscape spaces requires nimble approaches by multidisciplinary teams of professional in a complex regulatory environment. Utilizing current technologies and drawing on expertise in horticulture, ecology and urban design, SCAPE’s designs focus on addressing climate change, habitat loss, and social inequity with dynamic, engaging solutions. John will present 3 of SCAPE’s current projects that directly address issues of coastal resilience, designing public space along the shoreline, and constructing landscapes within the floodplain.
Bio: John Donnelly is a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) and SCAPE’s Technical Principal. He leads the management, documentation, and construction of the studio’s major built work projects in the New York region, nationally, and internationally. Currently, John is leading the design of Be’er Sheva Quarry Park in Israel, the New Stapleton Waterfront Park project, and the construction administration of the forthcoming First Avenue Water Plaza. In his 12 years of professional practice, John’s work has included the design, documentation and implementation of award-winning streetscapes, mixed use developments, waterfront parks, masterplans, recreation trails and a variety of projects on structure. John Donelly graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning and Design, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Location Room 101, Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, 61 Dudley Road, Cook Campus