Revealing a Sense of Place - a talk by Matthew Cunningham, Landscape Architect

Revealing a Sense of Place - a talk by Matthew Cunningham, Landscape Architect

A free lecture by Matthew Cunningham on April 4 at 7:00pm, presented by Grow Native Massachusetts at the Cambridge Public Library

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Seasonal New England is rich in its unique and dynamic ecological patterns. Join us, as Matthew explores how his observations of these natural systems have influenced his firm’s creation of contextual and native plant-centric projects that grasp the rhythms of everyday life. He will show us a variety of residential landscapes, large and small, that embrace our regional flora, utilize ecologically sustainable principles, and that build connections between interior and exterior spaces to strengthen our relationship with nature. Come be inspired by these beautiful, vibrant landscapes that enhance life for both their human and their wild residents.

Matthew Cunningham is a rising star in the world of landscape architecture. He is passionate about the landscapes of New England and is committed to excellent design with ecologically sustainable principles. A graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, he worked at the renowned firm Reed Hilderbrand Associates before starting his own practice. Matthew was named “International Designer of the Year” by the APLD in 2017.

Co-sponsored by the Boston Society of Landscape Architects

CEUs Available: APLD (1.5 credits); NOFA-AOLCP (1.5 credits)

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