BLURRED (DI)VISION 5.0:
WORKFLOW AT THE INTERSECTION OF LANDSCAPE AND ARCHITECTURE
AIA-Southwestern Oregon hosts the annual Blurred (di)Vision series dedicated to exploring the overlap, integration, collaboration, and blurring of architecture with other disciplines. This year's Blurred (di)Vision program will focus on the role of Workflow at the Intersection of Landscape and Architecture.
For this month’s discussion the mic will be in the hands of local Landscape Architects to discuss how workflow affects the outcome of the design, in general and on specific projects, and how this is affected by the level of engagement/participation of the Architect and other consultants. The format of the discussion will start with individual presentations followed by a panel-style Q&A session.
The evening will begin with a social hour at 5:30 pm, with the presentation starting at 6:15 pm NEXT Wednesday, March 15th, at Sam Bond’s Brewery at 540 E. 8th Ave. (across the street from the Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse).