West 8 presents at TCLF conference ‘Leading with Landscape IV’


Leading with Landscape IV: Transforming North Carolina’s Research Triangle

In an effort to broaden awareness of the transformation taking place in the public realm across the Research Triangle, The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) will curate a conference and related events on April 12-15, 2018, that will draw an audience that is local, national, and international in scope. Following the conference, TCLF will also host What’s Out There Weekend Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, two days of free, expert-led tours of the region’s important cultural landscapes.

West 8 Co-Founder and Design Director Adriaan Geuze is pleased to partake in the event by presenting on Panel 1 on April 13: The Research Triangle’s Emerging Urban Public Realm: Campus Landscapes Lead by Example as Incubators and Laboratories for Fresh Ideas and Approaches. Moderator of this panel will be Mark H. Hough of Duke University. Other panalists include: Gary Hilderbrand of Reed Hilderbrand LLC, Daniel P. Gottlieb of North Carolina Museum of Art, and Civitas’s Mark W. Johnson.

Please see here for more info and other panels and related events. Event registration for early bird is ending soon on 23 Feb.

In developing these events, TCLF, in partnership with the City of Raleigh, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Museum of Art, Dix Park Conservatory, and Sasaki, is working to excite and inspire constituents, helping them to understand that the ambitions of their region are worthy of critical analysis, evaluation, and broadcasting. 

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