FlouraTeeter co-founder, Joan Floura, has nearly 30 years of experience as a landscape architect on a wide variety of projects including mixed use/retail development, campus planning and design, urban and streetscape design, and park masterplanning and design, frequently serving as principal in charge of design. Her experience includes the redesign of Lexington Market in Baltimore City, 250 W. Pratt Plaza and the masterplan for Canton Park.
Joan holds a Bachelors of landscape Architecture from North Dakota State University and is the current chair of the NDSU Architecture/Landscape Architecture Alumni Board and is a graduate of Leadership Maryland, 2014.
Thursday, September 19, 2019
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 207A
The social infrastructure of cities is evolving as traditional social nodes have moved online. Typologies such as bank cafés, urban libraries, urban markets, and urban boutique hotels offer renewed and socially vibrant opportunities for creating dynamic zones of social activity, driving well-balanced placemaking, and channeling economic dividends for development. This presentation will explore new ways […]