Friday, February 4, 2022 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Lawrence Hall, 117
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR
Gena Wirth, RLA, is design principal at SCAPE who works with cities, community advocates, and landowners to reveal the ecological and cultural potential of public landscapes. As design principal, Gena translates research into practice and leads the design of complex urban landscapes including public and private waterfronts, regional trail systems, parks, plazas, and resilience plans. Her portfolio includes the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail, a master plan for a seven-mile linear waterfront park that connects Hudson Valley communities to the river, and the recently constructed Midtown Center Plaza, a forested public commons in the heart of Washington, DC.
The Fuller Lecture is an event of the Fuller Initiative for Productive Landscapes, an internationally recognized center for research-based design and design as research, focused on the role of place in cultural sustainability, and grounded in the arts and humanities.