Kate recently returned from the 9 International Biennial of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona, Spain, sharing SCAPE’s innovative practice over the topic of climate activism. The international event takes place every two years, gathering architects, professionals, students and professors from all over the world.
The theme for this 9th edition was “Tomorrow Landscapes”, a conversation about the emergence of professional practice proposals mitigating the effects of climate change. The symposium included talks, presentations, competitions, papers, roundtable discussions, exhibitions and samples of the evolution of landscape architecture worldwide.
In her presentation on how to work Toward An Urban Ecology, Kate was able to share to with an European audience the tools that SCAPE has used in building regenerative living infrastructure and public space.