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The Evolution of the Parrish Meadow and Field of Dreams

Mary Margaret Jones in Conversation with Doug Reed and Gary Hilderbrand

October 19, 5 pm

Join Mary Margaret Jones, President of Hargreaves Jones, Landscape Architects, in conversation with Doug Reed and Gary Hilderbrand of Reed Hilderbrand Associates, for an online discussion about the Parrish’s Meadow and evolution of the Field of Dreams sculpture exhibition, as well as a selection of each of their notable projects. Mary Margaret Jones worked with the Parrish on the siting of the sculptures and activation of the meadow. Reed Hilderbrand Associates designed the landscape for the Parrish, reshaping the original tree farm into expansive meadows that gently frame the building. Registration is required.

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Mary Margaret Jones, RLA, FASLA, FAAR
Mary Margaret Jones is President and CEO of Hargreaves Jones, leading the firm’s offices in New York City, San Francisco, and Cambridge.  Mary Margaret has over 30 years of experience, demonstrating the power of investing in the public realm to transform cities, institutions, communities, and individuals.  She is a recognized leader in landscape architecture and planning, lecturing widely and shaping professional design practice and education.  She holds board positions with the American Academy in Rome; The Architectural League NY; the Regional Plan Association; and ODC Dance in San Francisco.  She is a Fellow and Artist in Residence of the American Academy in Rome; Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects; Fellow of the Urban Design Forum in New York; and Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council.

Mary Margaret’s work with Hargreaves Jones has been recognized nationally and internationally, including the prestigious Cooper Hewitt National Design Award and the Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize.  Her significant contributions to the public realm include her leadership on complex urban projects, including Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, UK; Scissortail Park in Oklahoma, OK; Discovery Green in Houston, TX; Zaryadye Park in Moscow, Russia; Crissy Field in San Francisco, CA; University of Cincinnati’s Campus in Cincinnati, OH; Denver Union Station Redevelopment in Denver, CO; and Guadalupe River Park in San Jose, CA.  Her leadership is also noteworthy on the firm’s smaller yet equally distinctive projects, including Belo Garden in Dallas, TX; Elizabeth Caruthers Park in Portland, OR; 555 Mission in San Francisco, CA; Stanford University’s Science and Engineering Quad in Palo Alto, CA; and The Commons in Minneapolis, MN. Mary Margaret is CLARB-certified, and actively registered to practice landscape architecture in more than 25 states.

 

Douglas Reed FASLA FAAR
Douglas Reed’s career has been remarkable for the consistency of his design achievement, the passion he shares with students, colleagues, and clients, and his boundless commitment to improving the world we live in through design. He has successfully positioned select urban commissions into larger agendas to accelerate revitalization efforts within cities, most recently in Houston, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Doug is a founding principal of the firm Reed Hilderbrand LLC, a 2013 ASLA Landscape Architecture Firm Award winner. His projects, his communications, and his firm Reed Hilderbrand have all won awards from various professional organizations nationwide. Doug continues to share his expertise with his students, lecturing at a broad array of schools as well as taking part in review boards. Doug is also a founding board member of The Cultural Landscape Foundation and served as board co-chair for 13 years, carving out an agenda for the organization that delivers knowledge about design heritage and how it applies to people’s everyday lives. Doug was Resident at the American Academy in Rome in 2011; he was awarded the 2019 American Society of Landscape Architect’s Design Medal.

 

Gary Hilderbrand FASLA FAAR
Gary Hilderbrand, the 2017 winner of the American Society of Landscape Architects Design Medal, is a principal of Reed Hilderbrand Associates LLC, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is also Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he has taught seminars and design studios since 1990. His firm has been recognized with more than eighty regional and national design awards. Notable projects include Long Dock Park in Beacon, NY, the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, the Poetry Foundation in Chicago, and campus projects at Bennington College, Duke University, Yale, Harvard, and MIT. His firm’s monograph, Visible Invisible, was recognized with the Award of Excellence in Communications from ASLA, and, in the same year, Reed Hilderbrand was recognized as ASLA’s Firm of the Year. In 2015, partners Douglas Reed and Gary Hilderbrand were voted among the top five “most admired practitioners” by the members of ASLA’s Professional Practice Network. Design Intelligence recognized Hilderbrand as one of the 25 Most Influential Educators in Design in the US for 2017. He is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome, where he was recently the Mercedes T. Bass Resident in Landscape Architecture for the fall of 2017.

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The Evolution of the Parrish Meadow and Field of Dreams

Mary Margaret Jones in Conversation with Doug Reed and Gary Hilderbrand

October 19, 5 pm

Join Mary Margaret Jones, President of Hargreaves Jones, Landscape Architects, in conversation with Doug Reed and Gary Hilderbrand of Reed Hilderbrand Associates, for an online discussion about the Parrish’s Meadow and evolution of the Field of Dreams sculpture exhibition, as well as a selection of each of their notable projects. Mary Margaret Jones worked with the Parrish on the siting of the sculptures and activation of the meadow. Reed Hilderbrand Associates designed the landscape for the Parrish, reshaping the original tree farm into expansive meadows that gently frame the building. Registration is required.

Free for Landscape Pleasures 2020 Ticket Holders
$25|$20 Parrish Members

REGISTER

 

Mary Margaret Jones, RLA, FASLA, FAAR
Mary Margaret Jones is President and CEO of Hargreaves Jones, leading the firm’s offices in New York City, San Francisco, and Cambridge.  Mary Margaret has over 30 years of experience, demonstrating the power of investing in the public realm to transform cities, institutions, communities, and individuals.  She is a recognized leader in landscape architecture and planning, lecturing widely and shaping professional design practice and education.  She holds board positions with the American Academy in Rome; The Architectural League NY; the Regional Plan Association; and ODC Dance in San Francisco.  She is a Fellow and Artist in Residence of the American Academy in Rome; Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects; Fellow of the Urban Design Forum in New York; and Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council.

Mary Margaret’s work with Hargreaves Jones has been recognized nationally and internationally, including the prestigious Cooper Hewitt National Design Award and the Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize.  Her significant contributions to the public realm include her leadership on complex urban projects, including Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, UK; Scissortail Park in Oklahoma, OK; Discovery Green in Houston, TX; Zaryadye Park in Moscow, Russia; Crissy Field in San Francisco, CA; University of Cincinnati’s Campus in Cincinnati, OH; Denver Union Station Redevelopment in Denver, CO; and Guadalupe River Park in San Jose, CA.  Her leadership is also noteworthy on the firm’s smaller yet equally distinctive projects, including Belo Garden in Dallas, TX; Elizabeth Caruthers Park in Portland, OR; 555 Mission in San Francisco, CA; Stanford University’s Science and Engineering Quad in Palo Alto, CA; and The Commons in Minneapolis, MN. Mary Margaret is CLARB-certified, and actively registered to practice landscape architecture in more than 25 states.

 

Douglas Reed FASLA FAAR
Douglas Reed’s career has been remarkable for the consistency of his design achievement, the passion he shares with students, colleagues, and clients, and his boundless commitment to improving the world we live in through design. He has successfully positioned select urban commissions into larger agendas to accelerate revitalization efforts within cities, most recently in Houston, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Doug is a founding principal of the firm Reed Hilderbrand LLC, a 2013 ASLA Landscape Architecture Firm Award winner. His projects, his communications, and his firm Reed Hilderbrand have all won awards from various professional organizations nationwide. Doug continues to share his expertise with his students, lecturing at a broad array of schools as well as taking part in review boards. Doug is also a founding board member of The Cultural Landscape Foundation and served as board co-chair for 13 years, carving out an agenda for the organization that delivers knowledge about design heritage and how it applies to people’s everyday lives. Doug was Resident at the American Academy in Rome in 2011; he was awarded the 2019 American Society of Landscape Architect’s Design Medal.

 

Gary Hilderbrand FASLA FAAR
Gary Hilderbrand, the 2017 winner of the American Society of Landscape Architects Design Medal, is a principal of Reed Hilderbrand Associates LLC, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is also Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he has taught seminars and design studios since 1990. His firm has been recognized with more than eighty regional and national design awards. Notable projects include Long Dock Park in Beacon, NY, the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, the Poetry Foundation in Chicago, and campus projects at Bennington College, Duke University, Yale, Harvard, and MIT. His firm’s monograph, Visible Invisible, was recognized with the Award of Excellence in Communications from ASLA, and, in the same year, Reed Hilderbrand was recognized as ASLA’s Firm of the Year. In 2015, partners Douglas Reed and Gary Hilderbrand were voted among the top five “most admired practitioners” by the members of ASLA’s Professional Practice Network. Design Intelligence recognized Hilderbrand as one of the 25 Most Influential Educators in Design in the US for 2017. He is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome, where he was recently the Mercedes T. Bass Resident in Landscape Architecture for the fall of 2017.