Research on the Bicycle, Exploring Cultural Landscapes around Budapest, Vienna, and the Ruhr Region

Wednesday, February 07, 2024, 04:00pm

presented by Professor Wolfram Höfer, Landscape Architecture 

Dr. Wolfram Höfer is a Professor at the Rutgers of Department of Landscape Architecture and serves as Director of the Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability (CUES). Dr. Höfer developed numerous community outreach projects in the field of adaptive re-use of brownfields, urban resiliency, and infrastructure. His current research explores underlying cultural narratives that shape planning and design approaches to cultural landscapes within the suburban context. With climate change, that discussion gains more relevance because open space must meet the competing demands of producing renewable energy, providing food, recreation, and the need for housing.

INFH 101, Cook Campus

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