Free and open to the public
Inside/Out 2021 continues with Intersections!
This fall, join landscape architects and designers; clients, advocates, and activists; students and citizens for small group, socially distant site tours of landscapes throughout our region. Prioritizing issues of climate and health, equity and resilience, each tour will discuss ideas and implementation as we explore these landscapes together. This special pair of tours is being jointly offered as part of the Boston Society for Architecture, BosNOMA, and BSA Women in Design's hybrid, multi-day symposium Intersections: Equity, Environment + the City.
On-site tour group size will be small (~20). Your health is essential, along with adherence to leading guidance on outdoor gatherings. Extra masks will be available at the tour. BSLA is pursuing LA CES accreditation.
The Charles River Waterfront | 10:00 AM
Ambar Johnson, Program Director, Livable Streets Alliance
Gautam Sundaram ASLA, Practice Leader, Principal, Perkins + Will
Meet up details: Generally speaking, this walk focuses on the Charles River between the BU Bridge and River Street/Western Ave. A route map will be emailed to all ticket holders.
Moakley Park | 1:00 PM
Amy Whitesides ASLA, Director of Resilience and Research, Stoss Landscape Urbanism
Alysoun Wright, Project Manager, Moakley Park, Stoss Landscape Urbanism
Meet up details: We will meet outside -- on the street/park side -- of the Edward J. McCormack Bath House at Carson Beach, next to Moakley Park, South Boston. Additional details will be emailed to all ticket holders. If you're joining both tours, they're easily accessible from the MBTA Red Line.
View the full event details and register here.