Ekdahl Lecture Series: David Fletcher
David Fletcher, founding principal at Fletcher Studio, is an Urban Designer and Landscape Architect. His research and writings address infrastructure, ecology and landscape urbanism. His practice ranges from strategic site design to regional planning, with an emphasis on performance and process. The firm is committed to a collaborative and contextual approach to spatial design practice, and to the design of performative landscapes, urban spaces, and living infrastructures.
Fletcher Studio has been named finalist and winner in a number of recent international open space design and planning competitions. The firm recently won the Urban:Revision Dallas competition and placed 2nd in “A New Infrastructure”, sponsored by SCI_Arc. Current and recent work includes alternative transportation networks, green streets, public parks, reclamation projects, and waterfronts. David has taught at the Harvard Design School, SCI-Arc, Woodbury and Otis College, where he was the Assistant Chair of Architecture.
Wednesday, March 4