Join Cadence July 6th, 2017 at 2:15pm for the 2017 FLASLA Annual Conference as we present the course, The New Landscape Declaration: Summit + Call to Action. This year’s conference will be held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.
The New Landscape Declaration: Summit + Call to Action
In June 2016, the Landscape Architecture Foundation convened over 700 landscape architects from around the world, for The New Landscape Declaration: A Summit on Landscape Architecture and the Future. Join Cadence for a film screening and discussion where we will present highlights from this landmark event and discuss the new 21st century call to action to achieve sustainability.
Presenter: Rebecca Bradley, PLA, ASLA
Rebecca is Co-Founder and Principal of Cadence. Alongside co-founder, Gage Couch, she directs and manages all the firms day-to-day operations as well as leading projects through the design process. Rebecca is responsible for overseeing business development, community engagement, and strategic planning for the firm. She has practiced Landscape Architecture in South Florida for 16 years and is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of Florida and Louisiana. Rebecca is a BLA graduate of the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture and spent the early years of her career with EDSA. Over the years, Rebecca’s travel and project endeavors have taken her around the globe and across various market sectors including urban redevelopment, hospitality, campus, and healthcare design. With each project endeavor, whether in the public or private sector, she seeks to listen to her clients, render careful attention to design details and provide an energetic vibe to keep innovation afloat. Rebecca currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Landscape Architecture Foundation and is a Professional Advisory Board member for Clemson University School of Landscape Architecture. She takes great pride in creating meaningful places for people to enjoy. Cadence has built a reputation in the South Florida design and development industry for its ability to educate the community on the social and environmental benefits of Landscape Architecture.