ASLA@Berkeley’s Professional Speaker Series welcomes Jim Jacobs, ASLA, and John Falconer, AIA,
Jim from Gensler’s San Francisco Planning Landscape Urban Strategy (PLUS) Studio and John, a studio director at Gensler’s San Ramon office join us for an interdisciplinary talk, highlighting projects and trends that blur the lines between traditionally separated fields. Landscape, EP, and MUD students, invite your architecture and DCRP friends too!
Monday, April 21st, 2014 @ 1:00 PM
Room 315A, Wurster Hall, College of Environmental Design
Jim is a Landscape Architect and Senior Project Designer with over 23 years of experience. His broad range of
experience includes institutional civic spaces, urban landscapes, transit-oriented corridors, national parks,
recreational/resort facilities, and residential developments.
John is a Studio Director with over 27 years of experience practicing corporate and commercial architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked with a wide range of clients including Chevron, cloudera, Razorfish, Riverbed Technologies, AT&T and Shaklee. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the City of San Ramon’s Architectural Review Board.
Our Professional Speaker Brown Bag Lunch Series aims to allow students to learn about what is happening in our professional field. It also fosters discourse between students and exemplary professionals in diverse branches of landscape architecture, environmental planning, and urban design. The format is usually 60% of the time presentation, and 40% discussion and Q+A so bring your questions, viewpoints, and a bag lunch if you like.
Please direct any questions to Daniel Prostak djp[at]berkeley.edu
*poster layout by Harriet Tzou