Thu, Dec 2, 2021
For almost 40 years, Raymond Jungles, FASLA, has created design solutions that respond to surrounding natural systems while restoring nature’s balance and harmony on a micro-scale. His completed gardens – from the mountains in Mexico to volcanic craters in Panama, Caribbean beachfronts, the Florida Keys, and densely populated cities like Manhattan and Miami – personify timelessness and beauty, entice participation, and soothe the psyche. Raymond is honored to present his most impactful projects to date, many of which are featured in his book Beyond Wild: Gardens and Landscapes, the fourth monograph to focus on his innovative yet classic designs.
In this final webinar in our four-part Fall 2021 Literary Series, Raymond will share sketches, site plans, renderings, and images that evolve through a project’s lifecycle and capture his design principles of integrity, relevance, and honoring nature. He will discuss his relentless passion for restoring pre-existing ecologies and ethical stewardship of the land.
The Fall 2021 Literary Series is presented by the newly established Frank and Anne Cabot Society for Planned Giving, in partnership with Phaidon and Monacelli.
Additional support for these programs is provided by Celia Hegyi, the Coleman and Susan Burke Distinguished Lecture Fund, and the Lenhardt Education Fund.
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, December 2, 2021
2:00 p.m. Eastern
Live on Zoom
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Raymond Jungles is the founding principal of Raymond Jungles Inc., an award-winning landscape architecture firm based in Miami. An honors graduate of the department of landscape architecture at the University of Florida, Jungles is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Beyond his practice, Raymond is acknowledged as an authority on the work of the legendary Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx and curated a living exhibition of Burle Marx's work at the New York Botanical Garden in 2019. He has lectured widely on his firm’s body of work at Cornell, Harvard Graduate School of Design, the New York Botanical Garden, the Museum of Modern Art, and the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture.
A recording of this webinar will be sent to all registrants a few days after the event. We encourage you to register, even if you cannot attend the live webinar.
Please note that online registration for this webinar has ended. If you would like to register, please call the office at 845.424.6500.