The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Conference: Second Wave of Modernism II,  Landscape Complexity and Transformation (November 18, 2011 in NYC)

Lane Addonizio

Ms. Addonizio is Associate Vice President for Planning at the Central Park Conservancy. A city planner with experience in historic preservation and public space improvement, she oversees research and analysis for parkwide and project planning and collaborates with the Conservancy’s Vice President for Planning, Design & Construction on the development and management of the program of work for Central Park’s ongoing restoration and reconstruction. Ms. Addonizio is the author of the Report on the Public Use of Central Park, the most comprehensive study of the Park’s use in its more than 150-year history, which was published by the Conservancy in 2011. Prior to joining the Conservancy she worked with its founding president, Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, at the Cityscape Institute—a not-for-profit created to assist community groups and governments with public space improvement initiatives. As a Campus Planner for Harvard University's planning and real estate division, she worked with multidisciplinary project teams and in consultation with public agencies and community groups on the building, restoration, and improvement program for the University's campus. Ms. Addonizio earned her Master’s degree in urban planning from Cornell University and her Bachelor of Arts in visual and environmental studies from Harvard University.

Photo Courtesy Central Park Conservancy