A team led by W Architecture and including JLP+D is in the top three finalists for the international design competition to reimagine St. Petersburg FL Pier. The team’s proposal, dubbed the BLUE Pier, places revenue-generating public programming at the foot of the pier, providing a new economic and social connection between the waterfront and the nearby[…]
The Cultural Landscape Foundation has invited James Lima to moderate a panel of national experts in landscape urbanism and ecology discussing “The Productive Garden” at the Civic Horticulture Conference in Philadelphia on May 17, 2013.
JLP+D is part of the team led by Lord Cultural Resources which has been selected as consultants for the Old South Baton Rouge Arts and Culture Initiative, funded by the Kresge Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
James Lima is an invited speaker at “New Directions in Campus Urbanism,” a discussion in design innovation at the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at Penn State in April 2013.
A team led by SCAPE Landscape Architecture and including JLP+D has won the Town Branch Commons Design Competition in Lexington, KY. JLP+D is honored to be a part of this team, providing strategic planning, economic and real estate advisory services.
James Lima invited to present at 2012 Louisiana Smart Growth Summit. Panel Topic: Infrastructure’s Role in Economic Development
Read James Lima’s blog post for the Museum of Modern Art for its exhibition Foreclosed: Re-Housing the American Dream. See the “Nature-City” plan prepared by the workAC team, with James Lima, for “Foreclosed.”
James Lima joined the Buffalo Urban Development Corporation and Sasaki Associates at the Urban Land Institute 2011 Fall Meeting in Los Angeles to present “Riverbend: A New Approach to Urban Placemaking.” Lima worked with the project team to reimagine a legacy manufacturing landscape in a way that brings new energy and celebrates the unique aesthetic[…]
James Lima was a moderator and panelist at “São Paulo Housing and Urbanism: International Congress for Housing & Urban Development” in São Paulo, during the summer of 2011.