Signe was recently featured in a documentary series hosted by the former mayor of the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough in Montreal that speaks to civic responsibility and how to encourage engagement through design. An edited version of episode 2- Gatineau can be watched by clicking on the title above.
Opening this spring, MNLA's Signe Nielsen and David Farnsworth from Arup recently provided a sneak peek. Click through to take a look!
When gyms and sports fields closed during the pandemic, MNLA's artificial turf field at Tribeca’s Pier 25 in New York City's Hudson River Park became a welcoming community space by the river for a host of ad hoc activity, from karate moves and crunches to kite flying and ball kicking.
This one-minute video from the Tribeca Tribune, shot from across West Street, in Independence Plaza, is just a small sampling of action the field has hosted over the past pandemic months.
Listen in on Signe's recent one hour event for ASLA's Emerging Professionals Ask Me Anything series where she talks about her roots, what inspires her, and her thoughts on the future of landscape architecture. The stream is now archived and can be accessed here.
Join MNLA Principals Signe Nielsen, RLA, FASLA and Molly Bourne, RLA, ASLA with moderator David Burney, FAIA on Friday, September 28 at the Center for Architecture for Cocktails and Conversation, part of a series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Click through for more information.