The Gardens of Greenwich Village: A Lecture by Landscape Architect Robin Key

Residents and visitors journey through Greenwich Village’s intimately scaled streets and are exposed to an abundance of lush rooftop and private gardens, mature street trees, and cherished public parks. These layers of green space impact our daily lives in numerous and changing ways throughout the year. Join landscape architect Robin Key as she discusses how our interactions with these spaces affect us on many levels—aesthetically, visually, socially, emotionally, and environmentally. Ms. Key will review the year-round features of gardens in public and private spaces of the Village, and will discuss several of her firm’s projects, sharing images of the design and construction process.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
6:30 pm

Hudson Park Branch Library, 66 Leroy Street
(off 7th Avenue South)