The Cultural Landscape Foundation Garden Dialogues – Sonoma, CA POSTPONED
June 6 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
In 2020 The Cultural Landscape Foundation's (TCLF) Garden Dialogues program, which provides exclusive access to exceptional landscapes in Florida, California, Washington, Louisiana, New York, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere. These projects have been designed by some of today's most talented and visionary landscape architects.
Participants will learn first-hand from landscape architects, architects and their clients about the secrets to creating great gardens. These tours are limited to 30 guests, to make them intimate, and last between 90 minutes and two hours, to make them relaxed.
Sweetwater Spectrum provides long term housing solutions that meet the everyday living needs of adults with autism through their innovative pilot campus, which opened in 2013. Building on published research and working with the non-profit's board of directors, the City of Sonoma, the architect, and other consultants, Roche+Roche Landscape Architecture fashioned an environment that supports the campus's goal of providing the residents with a 'life of purpose.'
Sonoma Overlook became the destination of choice for a small group of Bay Area friends, who each found and purchased properties near town. The client chose this steep, wooded 17-acre site with volcanic rock fields less than two miles north of the historic town square, Sonoma Plaza.
Transportation will be provided between the two locations.
Led by David and Nancy Roche of Roche + Roche Landscape Architecture
LA CES™ professional development hours will be available to attendees, upon approval.