LIGHT SPACE LIFE: Architects in Conversation will be hosted at the Miami Centre for Architecture & Design on Thursday, June 9 at 6 PM. SAOTA Principal Mark Bullivant and Raymond Jungles, founder of Miami-based Landscape Architecture firm Raymond Jungles, Inc will share insights into three core design themes - LIGHT, SPACE and LIFE - and how these values play an integral role in both building design and landscape architecture.
“Every design needs to respond at a visceral level to its context – whether a South African cliff edge or a Miami waterway. With projects on multiple continents, we design buildings for diverse contexts, sites, and climates – aspects that are core to our design ethos. Our designs are guided by their surroundings, and we focus on the integration of internal and external spaces, creating buildings that engender easy outdoor living and draw the landscape in," says Bullivant.
Register to attend: https://www.saota.com/light-space-life-miami/
More about the speakers:
SAOTA, founded in 1986, has designed luxury residential and commercial projects on six continents. Mark Bullivant immediately joined SAOTA after completing his Bachelor of Architecture in 2006. He quickly established himself within the studio with his all-round ability, work ethic and leadership skills and became a Principal in 2015. He is creative, versatile and ambitious, and today he oversees SAOTA's USA market segment with projects in Florida, New York, California, Colorado, and Texas.
Raymond Jungles established his award-winning firm in 1982, which became incorporated as Raymond Jungles, Inc. in 1985. In 2006, he was elected a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Raymond is recognized for excellence in the design and implementation of public and private sector projects. As a landscape architect, and in his practice, he strives to preserve and protect existing ecosystems while also evoking human interaction and improving the lives of others.
SAOTA's exhibition LIGHT SPACE LIFE is currently on show at the Miami Center for Architecture. The exhibition is in partnership with Porcelanosa, Delta Light, and Panoramah! and is open to the public Monday to Friday from 10 AM-4 PM.