November 9, 2017 2pm - 4pm
Discover a collection of dwg. projects that explore the importance of landscape urbanism and its influence on social and environmental change.
dwg. is a landscape architecture design studio headquartered in Austin. We are passionate about urbanism, positioning the landscape as green infrastructure and designing solutions that encourage social and environmental change.
Our firm is made up of landscape architects and designers with a variety of backgrounds and perspectives focused on urban architectural landscapes. We target our efforts at projects within high growth urban areas, which results in an expertise in all aspects of urban design. We are leaders in sustainable and low-impact development and collaborate with design teams and stakeholders to successfully implement project visions.
The Austin Design Week studio tour presentation will feature a collection of dwg. projects that explore the importance of landscape urbanism and its influence on social and environmental change. Food and drinks will be provided.
Facilitator: Daniel Woodroffe, PLA - President and Founder
Daniel Woodroffe, PLA has practiced landscape architecture for almost twenty years. He founded dwg. in Austin, Texas with a distinct focus on creating urban architectural landscapes and serves as the Director of Design.
Daniel has amassed a wealth of urban design, open space, adaptive reuse, infill and green infrastructure experience. He is the past Austin Parks Foundation President, a former board member of the Downtown Austin Alliance, and past chair of the Congress Avenue WOW Committee.
Daniel was honored with the 2014 American Society of Landscape Architecture Community Service award for the Austin Chapter as well as the Austin Under 40 Award in Architecture, Engineering and Design in 2013.
912B Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701