Landscape Architect Jerry van Eyck, of New York City, will present “Macro Fit, Micro Identity: Making Spaces of Wonder that Sustain and Engage” at the Alaska Design Forum’s next lecture, scheduled for April 4 in Juneau. It begins at 6 p.m. at the Back Room at the Silverbow.
Trained as a landscape architect and industrial designer, van Eyck is interested in how open and public space fit into the larger context of a city’s fabric and the urban experience. He is the co-founder of !melk, a landscape architecture and urban design practice dedicated to large-scale urban and landscape interventions as well as public spaces and gardens, with deliberate references to local context, history, urban setting and surrounding ecology.
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