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Ken Smith

Projects: Brooklyn Academy of Music

Ken Smith is a celebrated landscape architect and principal of Ken Smith Landscape Architecture in New York City. He is well known for his work on the Roof Garden of New York's Museum of Modern Art, the World One project in Mumbai, India, and the 1,300-acre Orange County Great Park in Orange County, California. He recently completed design of the public plaza at BAM Fisher, a new theater at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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Michael Van Valkenburgh

Projects: Brooklyn Bridge Park

Michael Van Valkenburgh is an award-winning landscape architect and founder and principal of Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates (MVVA,) a 75-person firm with offices in Brooklyn, New York and Cambridge, MA. MVVA projects include the Allegheny Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA.; Harvard Yard, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.; Pennsylvania Ave. Restoration, Washington, D.C.; and Brooklyn Bridge Park, NY.

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IBI Group

Projects: Cornell University

IBI Group • Gruzen Samton is an architecture, planning, interior design, and systems engineering firm based in New York City and Alexandria, VA. In 75 years of practice the firm has received more than 100 awards, including the 2006 Grand Prize in the NYC Green Building Competition for the 1.5 million-sq. ft. EPA headquarters. Landscape architecture projects include Chinatown, Boston MA; King Street Reconstruction, Kitchener, Ontario Canada; and Shams Central Park and Public Landscapes, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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SHoP

Projects: Barclay’s Center

SHoP is a Manhattan-based firm offering architecture, interior design and planning services. Founded by five principals in 1996, it is now an office of over one hundred and seventy with a sister firm, SC | SHoP Construction that provides construction management, BIM/VDC and building envelope consulting. Projects include Barclay’s Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Google, Inc. Headquarters, Silicon Valley, CA.; The Atlantic Falcons Stadium, Atlanta, GA.; and the Botswana Innovation Hub, Gabarone, Botswana.

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AECOM

Projects: Intuit Campus

AECOM is a fully integrated infrastructure and support services firm with nearly 100,000 employees serving clients in more than 150 countries. A Fortune 500 company, its comprehensive services include planning and consulting; architecture; engineering; construction management; energy, water and environmental management; and integrated offerings. Projects include Coca Cola Asia Divisional Headquarters, Shanghai, China; Microsoft European Headquarters, Building 5, Reading, UK; Pilsner Urquell Brewery, Czech Republic; and Intuit corporate campus, Mountain View, CA.

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Landor

Projects: Central Park Conservancy Receptacle

Landor is a branding creation and strategy company founded in 1941 by Walter Landor, widely regarded the father of branding. The firm, renamed Landor Associates, has offices in Asia, Europe, and South America, and has earned acclaim for creating some of the world’s strongest brands including FedEx, BMW, BP, Citi, KFC, JAL, PepsiCo and the new logo for the World Trade Center. Long a specialist in packaging design, the company recently re-entered the product design arena where its litter receptacle designed for the Central Park Conservancy earned a 2014 Cannes Lion product award.

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