Landscape Lecture

Douglas Reed

Thursday, September 13, 7 pm
Calderwood Hall

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Landscape Lecture , Douglas Reed 9/13/2018 7:00 PM 9/13/2018 7:00 PM isgm-event-Landscape Lecture America/New_York Join us for our annual series of engaging and inspirational presentations from leading voices in the field of landscape architecture. Internationally renowned designers present their recent work articulating landscape as a medium of design for the social, cultural, and ecological life of the city. 25 Evans Way, Boston, MA 02115 aIwSTBiOnzHrlaECKmIR43731

Douglas Reed is a founding principal of Reed Hilderbrand, Cambridge, MA. Reed is recognized nationally for design leadership and for his tireless advocacy of culturally significant landscapes. Through his diverse projects and non-profit work, he passionately promotes the wise and creative treatment for our cultural patrimony. Known for his cultivated eye and relentless focus on contemporary design expression, Reed has garnered broad critical acclaim for institutional, urban, and residential projects throughout the US and Europe. A committed urbanist, Reed has positioned select urban communities into larger agendas to accelerate revitalization within the metropolis, recently in Houston, San Antonio, and Baton Rouge.

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Tickets are required and include Museum admission.

Adults $15, seniors $12, students $10, free for members (children under 7 not admitted).

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Landscape Lectures 2018-2019

Image at top: Visitors enjoy a sweeping view of the Stockbridge Bowl from the Tappan Estate Lawn at Tanglewood in Lenox, MA, around 1950. Image courtesy Reed Hildebrand.

Landscape and Horticulture public programs are supported by the Barbara E. Millen and Markley H. Boyer Endowment Fund. These programs also are supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.