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You’re Invited to the Online Launch of NESS.docs 2!

You’re Invited to the Online Launch of NESS.docs 2!

Join us for the launch of the second issue of our monographic series, NESS.docs 2: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas. Our inaugural online event will take place on July 30th at 4pm EST.

Welcome
4:00
Pablo Gerson (CEO and Co-founder, Lots of Architecture –publishers)
Magdalena Tagliabue (Managing Editor, NESS.docs 2) 

4:10
Marcela Ramos (Arts Program Manager, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University)

Keynote
4:15
Charles Waldheim (Director, Office for Urbanization, Harvard Graduate School of Design)

Panel Discussions with Q&A
4:30
Mercedes Peralta (Harvard Graduate School of Design) in conversation with

Ana María Durán (Yale School of Architecture / University of California, Los Angeles / Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador)

Martín Cobas (Princeton University School of Architecture) 

5:10
Jeannette Sordi (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez / New York Institute of Technology) in conversation with

Elisa Silva (Enlace Arquitectura)

Alfredo Ramírez (Architectural Association / Groundlab) 

5:50
Florencia Rodriguez ( Editorial Director and Co-founder, Lots of Architecture –publishers) in conversation with

Luis Callejas (LCLA Office)

& voices from the NESS.docs 2 selected projects throughout.

Closing Remarks & Toast
6:20

For more info and to reserve your spot email us at hello@nessmagazine.com

NESS.docs 2: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas is the second issue of our monographic series. It reflects on the project of Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas, led by Charles Waldheim and the Office for Urbanization at Harvard Graduate School of Design. Curated together with Mercedes Peralta and Jeannette Sordi, NESS.docs 2 explores the potentials for landscape as a medium for urban intervention in the specific contexts of Latin-American cities.

More than twenty Latin American practices are shown and grouped in five different themes: Biological Environments, Resilient Grounds, Performative Systems, Revealed Protocols, and Assembled Natures. Finally, a conversation between Charles Waldheim, Florencia Rodriguez, and Luis Callejas deepens the discussion of our academic curricula, drawing as representation, political spaces, and the general sensitivity around landscape.

With Contributions by Ana Elvira Vélez Villa & Lorenzo Castro Jaramillo / Ana María Durán Calisto / Beals Lyon Arquitectos / Bulla / Camilo Restrepo / CAPA / Ciro Najle / Enlace Arquitectura / Fábrica de Paisaje / Francisco Walker Martínez / FUPAM / LUME, H+F Arquitetos / Metrópole Arquitetos & UNA Arquitetos / Gaeta Springall Arquitectos / Groundlab, LyonBosch+Martic, Idom & Sergio Chiquetto / Guillermo Hevia García & Nicolás Urzúa / Husos / Iñaki Echeverría Gutiérrez / Jeannette Sordi / José Alfredo Ramírez / Juan David Hoyos & Sebastián Monsalve / LCLA O ce / Luis Callejas / Manuel Gausa / Mercedes Peralta / Metro Arquitetos Associados / Opera Publica / Plan Común / Plan:B Arquitectos & JPRCR Arquitectos / RDR Arquitectos / Sérgio Bernardes / Tatiana Bilbao Estudio / Teresa Moller Landscape Studio

NESS.docs 2 is produced with kind support from the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University.

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