Join The University of Texas School of Architecture with Teresa Gali-Izard, of Arquitectura Agronomia, Barcelona, for a lecture on “CONNECTING DOTS: Circular Metabolism and Regenerative Practices for the Twenty-First Century” live-streamed on the Texas Architecture YouTube channel.
Teresa Gali–Izard has more than thirty years of experience in the design and implementation of projects of landscape architecture. She defines the profession as a translation of the hidden potential of places. Through her research and teaching at the University of Virginia and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, she has developed a methodology that integrates living systems and natural processes into the design proposals. Her expertise is working with the limiting factors of the primary matter of climate and geology, transforming constraints as opportunities. She believes that transversal teamwork across disciplines is the only way to design intelligent solutions for the built environment. She is currently Professor of Landscape Architecture, Chair of Being Alive, and Director of the Master of Sciences in Landscape Architecture at ETH in Switzerland.