12th Annual Roland Batten Lecture: Line, Form, & Texture

by TruexCullins, October 14, 2011

On Wednesday, October 26th, please join us for the 12th Annual Roland Batten Memorial Lecture on Architecture and Design.  Landscape architect H. Keith Wagner will present “Line, Form & Texture”, a brief survey of recent works by H. Keith Wagner Partnership.
The presented projects will show recent examples of the firm’s design approach and collaborative strategies working with architects, engineers, artists and, other design professionals.
HKWP was founded on the belief that landscape architecture is the intersection of art, nature and mankind. They approach landscape architecture as an applied art form and work to craft landscape spaces for live, work and play. Their design combines an artistic approach to material and detailing, regional sensitivity and a refined, almost minimal contemporary aesthetic.
The firm’s reputation comes from designing innovative and sensitive environments in a wide variety of campus, corporate, residential, resort and urban design projects. Geographically, these projects range from New England, New York, Pennsylvania and the Eastern seaboard.
The Roland Batten Lecture series was created in memory of our friend and colleague architect Roland Batten. This event is sponsored by the Roland Batten Memorial Fund, TruexCullins Architecture & Interior Design, and the University of Vermont’s Visiting Artists, Art Critics and Art Historians Lecture Series.
The lecture is on Wednesday, October 26th at 6pm at 301 Williams Hall on the University of Vermont campus.  The event is free and open to the public.

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