Every year, we take clients on a tour of our birthplace in the Czech Republic.
It is a week filled with educational experiences, exchanges of ideas, and good food and drink!
This year, we are taking the concept one step further by making a "field trip" out of it! Surely you remember your schooldays, where field trips were highly anticipated events that bonded you with your classmates. You'd all pile onto a bus and play games on the way to your destination. "Getting there" was part of the fun.
Let us take you on our version of this classic event - an upgrade from the days of the big yellow school bus, this is the field trip re-defined. A tour throughout some of the most beautiful and unique cities in Europe, known for their architecture and design. An opportunity to discuss ideas amongst peers and share a laugh over dinner.
Come experience the magic of the Field Trip with us.
As this year’s theme suggests, our speakers will put “people”
in the centre of landscape architecture and they will share their views on the importance to recognise the value of diversity and inclusion in public space designs.
Skip is a Partner and the Director of Research at OLIN, where
he leads design and planning projects as well as OLIN Labs,
the studio’s research practice. His work balances not only
the needs of the site, but also the unique needs of people
and the environment each of his projects serves.
Cannon Ivers is a charted member of the Landscape Institute
and a Director at LDA Design in London. Cannon is a teaching fellow at the Bartlett School of Landscape Architecture and the author of the book Staging Urban Landscapes:The Activation
and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces published by Birkhauser.
Petra Marko is co-founder of Marko&Placemakers,
a London-based design consultancy addressing the overlaps between place, process and people. Petra is part of the VeloCity team - a strategic vision solving some of the most critical issues facing rural areas today, and a think tank leader
at The London School of Architecture.
Maarten Venter is Senior Design Director at Cracknell, he has led the design of numerous award-winning projects. He has over
30 years of experience in landscape architecture in the Middle East, South East Asia, and South Africa. His portfolio consists of several Public Realm, waterfront, hospitality, leisure, and large scale mixed-use developments.
Kamil Kowalski is a manager of Integracja LAB and Expert Services Department at Fundacja Integracja. He lectures on ergonomics
at the Faculty of Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. As a member of the Accessibility Council in Poland, Kamil promotes the idea of universal design and he is an author
of publications on designing for everyone.
Adam W. Wach started his own studio Wach Architekci in 2013 specializing in public spaces revitalizations. Since 2018 he has been cooperating with the Integracja Foundation as an auditor for "Object without barriers" certification which focuses on the accessibility solutions. In January 2020 Adam became a member of the Urban Land Institute.more about the speaker
Ana Ceruti is a Senior Landscape Architect with over 20 years experience in landscape planning and masterplanning in Europe and in Middle East. Ana believes that landscape makes
an essential contribution to sustainable communities, produce distinctive local character, give value to society and contributes to urban and rural quality of life.
The Street 2020 will take place in the iconic city of Zlín, which is renowned for its modern brutalist architecture and which was the home of shoemaking entrepreneur Tomas Bata.
Bílovice 519, Bílovice
Half the fun of a field trip is the ‘getting there’ part.
“Our intention for this field trip is to let you experience these iconic cities through the lens of architecture and design, and foster open discussion amongst the group.”