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The Dallas Architecture Forum continues its 2019-2020 Lecture Season, with celebrated landscape architect Mary Margaret Jones. Jones is President and Senior Principal of Hargreaves Jones, a landscape architecture and planning firm in New York City that practices around the globe on a wide range of urban design, waterfront, public park, academic, corporate, institutional, and residential projects with a focus on the creation of memorable landscapes.

These projects range in scale from miles of riverfront or thousands of acres of parkland to urban parks, gardens and plazas. The work centers on planning and design that is specific to a site including its historical context, its natural processes and the uses aspired to for that site, and it embodies a commitment to civic vitality and creative solutions that meld cultural desires, functional needs and site.

The Dallas Architecture Forum continues its 2019-2020 Lecture Season, with celebrated landscape architect Mary Margaret Jones. Jones is President and Senior Principal of Hargreaves Jones, a landscape architecture and planning firm in New York City that practices around the globe on a wide range of urban design, waterfront, public park, academic, corporate, institutional, and residential projects with a focus on the creation of memorable landscapes.

These projects range in scale from miles of riverfront or thousands of acres of parkland to urban parks, gardens and plazas. The work centers on planning and design that is specific to a site including its historical context, its natural processes and the uses aspired to for that site, and it embodies a commitment to civic vitality and creative solutions that meld cultural desires, functional needs and site.

The Dallas Architecture Forum continues its 2019-2020 Lecture Season, with celebrated landscape architect Mary Margaret Jones. Jones is President and Senior Principal of Hargreaves Jones, a landscape architecture and planning firm in New York City that practices around the globe on a wide range of urban design, waterfront, public park, academic, corporate, institutional, and residential projects with a focus on the creation of memorable landscapes.

These projects range in scale from miles of riverfront or thousands of acres of parkland to urban parks, gardens and plazas. The work centers on planning and design that is specific to a site including its historical context, its natural processes and the uses aspired to for that site, and it embodies a commitment to civic vitality and creative solutions that meld cultural desires, functional needs and site.

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Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.dallasarchitectureforum.org/

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