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KEY CONVERSATION 2: Regenerative Landscapes

KEY CONVERSATION 2: Regenerative Landscapes

From an environmental, technical and cultural perspective the most successful examples of rehabilitated landscapes are distinguished by the creative approaches applied to problems historically resolved by engineers and scientists. This session discusses where and how landscape architecture can claim a more integrated role in the reimagining, recycling and recalibration of our left over landscapes, particularly in achieving sustainability for post productive sites.

Friday 17 October

10.30am – 12.00pm

Speakers
Julie Bargmann, Matt Baida, Dan Tyson, James Hayter and Tim Horton (facilitator)

Julie Bargmann

Julie Bargmann

Julie is internationally recognized as an innovative designer in building regenerative landscapes.

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Matt Baida

Matt Baida

Matt relishes each challenge, the harder the challenge, the stronger his endeavour to resolve, which he does with exacting skill, confidence and good humour.

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Dan Tyson

Dan Tyson

Dan Tyson is a medical anthropologist with a PhD awarded by the Australian National University. His PhD research focused on the causes of child malnutrition in a densely populated lowlands region of Papua New Guinea.

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James Hayter

James Hayter

As the founder of Oxigen, James brings many years of experience and skills in design, strategic project planning and collaboration.

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Tim Horton

Timothy Horton

Tim is a Sydney-based architect with experience in both small and large private practice, university research and government advisory roles.

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