An Evening of Conversation with Peter Walker
Renowned landscape architect, author, and academic, Peter Walker, founder of PWP Landscape Architecture, is known for his inspired designs for parks, gardens, campuses, memorials and plazas worldwide.
His acclaimed projects include Harvard University’s Tanner Fountain, Cambridge, MA (the first institutional project in the “Landscape as Art” movement); the Nasher Sculpture Garden, Dallas, TX; and the National 9/11 Memorial, New York, NY, which won the American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award in the General Design category in 2012. His personal awards are numerous and include Harvard’s Centennial Medal, the University of Virginia’s Thomas Jefferson Medal, the ASLA Design Medal, and the IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Gold Medal.
In this interview with TCLF’s Charles Birnbaum which took place on March 31, 2014, Walker speaks about his extensive career, his professional achievements, landscape architecture and his influence on the profession at-large.
The event was co-hosted by the ASLA-Northern California Chapter, TCLF, and the UC Berkeley Department of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning.
Videography was made possible with the generous support of the SWA Group.
Preview of an Evening of Conversation With Peter Walker
Peter Walker, FASLA Principal, PWP Landscape Architecture
Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR Founder & President, The Cultural Landscape Foundation
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