ULI Orange County/Inland Empire What’s New?

How Has Development Changed Landscape Architecture?

(or is it, “How Has Landscape Architecture Changed Development?”)

Leaders from the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Urban Land Institute and the residential real estate development sector take a visionary look at development and landscape architecture in Greater Southern California’s post-expansionist future.  The importance of lively, appealing public space as a component of a thriving community; the critical role landscape architecture plays in the creation of reinvigorating open spaces in urban, mid-urban and suburban residential settings; achieving fusion of the built and natural environments; designing systems that extend beyond property lines and considering the impacts on adjacent or downstream properties; challenging traditional concepts of development and landscape design; the new “open space” amenities of development, the trend toward “green” and sustainable development – two Builders and two Landscape Architects will muse over the trends they see on the horizon and the innovations that are working.

Moderator:  TBD

Jacob Atalla, Vice President, Sustainability, KB Home
Tom Grable, President, SoCal Division, TRI Pointe Homes
Randal Jackson, Chair, Urban Land Institute Orange County/Inland Empire and President, PlaceWorks
Baxter Miller, President, Southern California, America Society of Landscape Architecture and President, BMLA


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