Beyond the Lawn, 5/9/13

Michael Pyatok, Kate Orff, Matthew Lasner, and Marta Gutman

A conversation exploring landscape traditions and future trajectories in open space design in housing.

Speakers:
Matthew Lasner, Assistant Professor, Hunter College Urban Affairs and Planning; author, High Life: Condo Living in the Suburban Century
Kate Orff, Partner, SCAPE; Assistant Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Michael Pyatok, FAIA, Pyatok Architects Inc., Oakland, CA

Moderator:
Marta Gutman, Ph.D.,Associate Professor of Architecture, Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of the City University of New York

Architecture and planning historians Marta Gutman and Matthew Lasner, with New York landscape architect Kate Orff, and California architect Michael Pyatok, will discuss how landscape design innovations in housing can change the way we live. Moving from 19th century Garden Cities to today and highlighting groundbreaking housing designs in New York’s history and from the West, the program will consider potentials for health and sustainability in low-rise, high-density housing and evolutions of the type over time.

The program marks the exhibition of Low Rise High Density, curated by Karen Kubey and designed by The Letter D, examining a housing type celebrated in the 1960s and ’70s, and what it means in the United States today

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Beyond the Lawn, 5/9/13

Michael Pyatok, Kate Orff, Matthew Lasner, and Marta Gutman

A conversation exploring landscape traditions and future trajectories in open space design in housing.

Speakers:
Matthew Lasner, Assistant Professor, Hunter College Urban Affairs and Planning; author, High Life: Condo Living in the Suburban Century
Kate Orff, Partner, SCAPE; Assistant Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Michael Pyatok, FAIA, Pyatok Architects Inc., Oakland, CA

Moderator:
Marta Gutman, Ph.D.,Associate Professor of Architecture, Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of the City University of New York

Architecture and planning historians Marta Gutman and Matthew Lasner, with New York landscape architect Kate Orff, and California architect Michael Pyatok, will discuss how landscape design innovations in housing can change the way we live. Moving from 19th century Garden Cities to today and highlighting groundbreaking housing designs in New York’s history and from the West, the program will consider potentials for health and sustainability in low-rise, high-density housing and evolutions of the type over time.

The program marks the exhibition of Low Rise High Density, curated by Karen Kubey and designed by The Letter D, examining a housing type celebrated in the 1960s and ’70s, and what it means in the United States today

Click here for event photos