Lecture: David Fletcher – Thur. Nov 12th @ 6:30pm «
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David Fletcher, founding Principal at Fletcher Studio, is an Urban Designer and Landscape Architect, professor, and writer. His work addresses process, void, symbiosis, alternative transportation networks, green infrastructure, and post-industrial urbanism.He is interested in the intersections of city, landscape, and art. He holds an MLA with Distinction from Harvard University (2004), and a BFA in Studio Art and BA in Landscape Architecture from the University of California at Davis (1993). He has in professional practice since 1994. In addition to having his own design/build practice, he has worked for Jay Griffith on furniture design and landscape projects; Pamela Burton & Associates on major campus plans, residential and commercial design projects and Mia Lehrer & Associates on large-scale planning projects for municipal and public outdoor spaces. His graduate work has been honored by the American Society for Landscape Architecture with a 1st place national award for his work with postindustrial landscapes. He also receives an Honor Award in 2004 from the ASLA. He has taught Advanced Representation at the GSD, design studios at the Centre d’Etude et d’Urbanisme in Saintes, France, and at the University of Southern California School of Architecture. His temporary installations have been shown at Connemara Sculpture Park, (1994, Plano, Texas), and Harvard Design School “Barcelona: Public” and “Bound” (2002 and 2003), “Found,” and the UC Davis (California) campus.