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    Lecture - Michel Desvigne

    By RMartz
    Mar 31, '14 1:02 PM EST


    Welcome back everyone. On Wednesday, March 26th Landscape Architect Michel Desvigne gave a lecture titled Intermediate Natures. The lecture wrapped up a series of previous visits in association with his role as this year’s Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professor. The Glimcher professorship brings international landscape architects to the school to work with student through lectures, seminars, and design studios.

    He took us through a tour of his work organized by a series of themes: Natural Mechanisms, Textures, Time Management Traces, Lisieres, Prototype City Public Spaces. In this journey the projects ranged in scale from courtyards to entire cities; all showing his understanding of flows and the relationship of the landscape and the urban.

    As always you can find more on Knowlton’s YouTube channel ( and the school website (

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