Virtual Talk: Resilience & Rewilding

Virtual Talk: Resilience & Rewilding

Thu, Feb 22, 2024
2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

Join Mikyoung Kim, Founding Principal of Mikyoung Kim Design, FASLA, as she discusses her career focused on resiliency and at the vanguard of rewilding, preservation, neurodiversity, and inclusion, with notable projects like Ford’s Michigan Central Station adaptive-reuse Master Plan for the historic train station in Detroit, Boston Children’s Hospital’s Master Plan & Healing Gardens, as well as Master Plan for Long Hill and Sedgwick Gardens for the Trustees of Reservations in Massachusetts.

Touching on resonance and inclusion, Mikyoung will address her fascination with the rhythms and harmony of nature as her research division explores an inclusive design for the future of gardens and the urban landscape.

Thursday, February 22, 2024
2:00 p.m. Eastern

Live on Zoom

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About the Speaker: 
Mikyoung Kim
, founding principal of Mikyoung Kim Design, blends art and science, shaping restorative landscapes. Her studio is an innovative group of architects, landscape architects, and artists, exploring an interdisciplinary practice.

Recipient of numerous awards, including the Cooper Hewitt National Design Medal of Excellence, her work is celebrated in the Smithsonian's "American Voices Collection" and by visitors to her sites around the world. An Olmsted Scholar, Mikyoung's influence extends through lectures, teaching, and accolades, as a visionary in inclusive, sensitive landscape architecture and environmental art.