Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 7:00p.m. - 8:30p.m.
55 John St, Rooms 308-309Toronto
Presenter: Brendan Stewart, Landscape Architect and Urban Designer, ERA Architects, Toronto
Planting trees to enhance and humanize our cities is a practice as old as human civilization. Join us as we explore the rich aesthetic traditions and histories of planting trees in gardens, parks and urban open spaces from around the world, and how these practices shape our ideas about green space here in Toronto. Through images of beautiful and inspirational designed landscapes we’ll learn how designing with trees can enhance our experience of place, and join in a discussion about the relevance of these traditions today. This event qualifies for ISA Continuing Education Units (CEU).
Accessible entrance and accessible ramp
Public transit: Subway to St. Andrew station