Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Lecture: Landscape Designs for Historic Homes

Monday, November 1 - 7-8-30 PM
Wicker Park Field House
1425 N. Damen
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Landscape Designs for Historic HomesLecrure
Abigale Baldwin, RLA
Hoerr-Shaudt Landscape Architects

In this series of 3 lectures you will hear details of how three of Chicago’s top landscape design firms addressed either the restoration of a Jensen landscape or designed new landscape that worked with historic residences. These landscape designers will address: working with the historic elements and aesthetics of the homes (Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne), working with the clients needs and incorporating those into the landscape design, and bringing to the final designs their personal creative energies and points of view.

Abigale Baldwin, RLA - 2nd Lecture in Series
Abie brings nearly a decade of diverse project experience to her projects and clients. As a dedicated landscape architect, Abigale has designed and managed both public and private projects in the Chicago area.

At Hoerr Schaudt, Abie directs the design and implementation for a wide range of residential projects, from urban courtyards to secluded lakefront estates. Her excellent design sense, organization abilities, experience in working with communities and coordinating with municipalities all contribute to facilitating a smooth design process for Hoerr Schaudt clients.

Abie received her Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Michigan State University and is a registered landscape architect in both Illinois and Indiana. In addition to her work at Hoerr Schaudt, Abie has been very active within the Illinois Chapter of ASLA.

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