Unsurpassed in the field of landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., defined and named the profession and designed many of America’s most beloved 19th-century parks and landscapes. Although Olmsted’s hand never reached Palm Beach, his legacy of design principles influences leading landscape architects today. In this panel led by Charles Birnbaum of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, three landscape architects will discuss their work for three public Palm Beach parks: Bradley Park, the Lake Park, and Phipps Ocean Park.
With Raymond Jungles, Jorge Sanchez, and Keith Williams
Presented in partnership with The Garden Club of Palm Beach and Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach
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