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Landscape Design: Why I Like What I Like!
Thursday, March 5, 6-8PM

Instructor: Walter Cudnohufsky

A fast-paced interactive discussion focused upon the underlying basics of landscape design. Once known, the reasons under-pinning our often-shared design preferences, can be replicated, improved and extended. Problems can be more quickly articulated, and remedies identified.

As an artist and landscape architect, Walter will share insight and principles that use the visual landscapes as a starting point but dig to discern why and how those landscapes serve and please. In his recent book, Cultivating the Designers Mind, Walter outlines the design process essential actions to more regularly assure high quality design decisions and landscapes. We can and must be more discerning consumers of designed consulting work and become better more efficient designers! At minimum, from this workshop, we can more fully explain why we like what we like. There is real potential and intention that you will not again see designed landscape in precisely the same way.

Walter Cudnohufsky is a registered Landscape Architect with over forty-four years experience ranging from the plaza design for the Toronto City Hall to regional planning studies for the North Atlantic Regions to private residences in the Berkshires. He received his M.L.A. from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and B.S.L.A. from Michigan State University. Walt's interest in analysis, concept development and design process led him to found the nationally recognized graduate program at the Conway School of Landscape Design in 1972. In 1992, after 20 years as CSLD director, he returned full-time to his ongoing private practice.

Walt is quick to identify attributes and constraints, offer compelling ideas, and define simple, innovative concepts that lead to uniquely appropriate design solutions. He is a regular speaker and workshop leader at regional and national forums, and frequently facilitates energizing and productive meetings for a wide variety of organizations and institutions.
Single class scheduled on 3/5/2020 at 6:00PM
Attendees: 1 $ 32.00 ea.
Attendees: 1 $ 46.00 ea.