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Stefan Behnisch, principal, Behnisch Architects-Stuttgart, Germany and Venice, Calif.
Stefan is principal of Behnisch Architekten in Stuttgart, Germany, and Behnisch Architects in Venice, California. Founded in 1989, Stefan's firm has designed some of the world's most distinctive, ecologically sensitive buildings in the world.More
, professor of landscape architecture, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Mich.
A Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Joan was named Distinguished Practitioner of Landscape Ecology in 1998. Recently, she has served as New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Fellow. More
, founder, Center for Watershed Protection-Ellicott City, Md.
Tom founded the national nonprofit Center for Watershed Protection (CWP) in 1992 with the mission to protect and restore our nation's watersheds. Currently an independent watershed consultant, Tom has a keen interest in the science and management of urban streams. More
, editor in chief, Metropolis Magazine-New York, NY
Susan S. Szenasy is Editor in Chief of Metropolis, the award-winning New York City-based magazine of architecture, culture and design. Since 1986 she has lead the magazine through twenty-one years of landmark design journalism, achieving domestic and international recognition. More
, president, Winkler Development Corporation-Portland, Ore.
As president of Winkler Development Corporation since 1978, Jim has spearheaded innovative, sustainable projects in the Portland area, including Adidas Village, downtown Portland art hub DeSoto, a sustainably designed affordable housing community, and the Headwaters project featuring a mixed income, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. More
, director, Conservation Design Forum-Elmhurst, Ill.
As a landscape architect and certified planner motivated principally by the desire to cultivate healthy, sustainable communities that inspire their residents, David is encouraged by the potential for building both new places and retrofitting existing ones with the quality and characteristics that connect people with their home. More
David Bradgon, Metro Council President
Former Metro Councilor Brian Newman
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