2020 MASterworks in Conversation
Design for Recreation and Community Connection
MODERATOR; Partner, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects I Partners
Billie Tsien along with Tod Williams founded their New York architecture practice in 1986. Their studio focuses on work for institutions such as schools, museums, and not-for-profits with designs that value experience, permanence and enduring vision. Some of their notable projects include the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, Asia Society Hong Kong Center and the Lefrak Center in Prospect Park, the 2014 MASterworks winner for Best New Urban Amenity.
Elizabeth Stoel, AIA, LEED AP
Associate Partner, ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers
Ms. Stoel leads many of ROGERS PARTNERS institutional and public projects. From buildings to master plans and landscapes, her work is woven together by a focus on creating meaningful interactions between design and the populations it serves. She strives to produce performative, project-specific, and sustainable relationships between interior and exterior throughout her work. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Princeton University and Master of Architecture from Harvard University.
Director of Urban Landscape Architecture, NV5
Mr. Wandres manages the urban landscape architecture group for the New York City office of NV5, a planning, design and engineering consulting firm. NV5 designs parks, gardens, playgrounds, athletic facilities, streetscapes, urban plazas, bicycle facilities, trails, waterfronts, residential landscapes and many other forms of public and private open space. With 35 years of experience, he has a Master’s degree focused in Urban Design from The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
About the MASterworks Awards
Selected each year by our esteemed jury, the MASterworks Awards pay tribute to projects that make a significant contribution to New York City’s built environment. Awards are presented in the following categories:
Best New Building for outstanding architectural design
Best Urban Landscape for a new or revitalized open space that contributes to livability and resilience
Best Restoration for a project that expertly enhances the original qualities of a significant historic building or structure
Best Adaptive Reuse for a project that demonstrates exceptional creativity in adaptive reuse of an existing building or structure
Best New Urban Amenity for an addition to the built environment that contributes to a more livable city
Best New Infrastructure for distinctive design in public service projects
2020 MASterworks Jury
Sarah Carroll, Chair, NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission
Susan Chin, FAIA, Hon. ASLA, Principal, Design Connects
Andrew B. Cogan, Chairman and CEO, Knoll Inc.
Richard Olcott, FAIA, MAS Board of Directors, Chair of the MAS Preservation Committee & Design Partner, Ennead Architects
Avinash Rajagopal, Editor-in-Chief, Metropolis
NOTE: This event is eligible for 1 CM credit for AICP members (event ID #9205311). For instructions on logging CM credits, please click here.
We’re here to help! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.