Design, Transform, Conserve: The Remaking of Sunnylands
Monday, May 9, 2016
Janice Lyle, director of Sunnylands Center & Gardens; Frederick Fisher of Frederick Fisher & Partners Architects; and Pat Truchan, Sunnylands director of operations, discuss challenges of adapting Sunnylands for reuse. Sunnylands, the 200-acre estate, was designed by A. Quincy Jones in 1964 and was restored and opened to the public in 2012.
Janice Lyle, Director, Sunnylands Center & Gardens Presenting aspirations for the new retreat center and discussing challenges in conserving the original structure and developing an adaptive strategy
Frederick Fisher, AIA, Partner, Frederick Fisher and Partners Discussing designing the new visitor center and conserving the original A. Quincy Jones building
Willett Moss, Partner, CMG Landscape Architecture Discussing conserving the modern landscape design and how, in light of California’s unprecedented drought, Sunnylands has responded to this water emergency
Patrick Truchan, Director of Operations, Sunnylands Center & Gardens Addressing the implementation of these varied projects and the way the golf course, a signature feature of the original property, has been modified in response to water limitations