James Burnett, FASLA, to Deliver Keynote at Labash 2017

President of award-winning landscape architecture firm to present thoughts on timeless design

Baltimore – Mar. 20, 2017 –  James Burnett, FASLA, President of OJB Landscape Architecture, winner of the 2015 ASLA Firm Award, will address landscape architecture students offering insights into what makes an enduring landscape design at LABASH 2017. The conference theme is “Render Monumental,” which provokes the role of art, urbanism, and time in the field of landscape architecture, where designs often serve as monuments to people and events. LABASH aims to inspire the next generation of landscape architects to infuse their designs with passion and make every landscape “monumental.”

What:             Keynote: Enduring Experiences

Where:           University of Maryland, Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center, Orem Alumni Hall

2144 Plant Sciences Building

4291 Fieldhouse Drive

College Park, MD 20742

When:          Friday, March 24, 2017, 5:30pm

Registration: http://www.labash2017.com/

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About OJB

Founded in 1989, The Office of James Burnett began with a focus on creating landscapes that provide unique and unforgettable sensory experiences. OJB’s recent work has focused on the rejuvenation of American cities through the creation of distinctive public park spaces including ULI Urban Open Space Award-winning Klyde Warren Park in Dallas and Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City. Other notable projects include the artfully planted Sunnylands Center and Gardens in Rancho Mirage, CA and forthcoming urban park projects such as Levy Park in Houston and East Village Green in San Diego. Follow OJB on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube.