Spend a late afternoon with buddies Lancelot Hunter (landscape designer, RUTD) and Jen Wong (architectural designer, Young Designers Workshop) to design and create your own living wall or concrete planters with succulents and moss, while exploring a flavor map of different types of scotch. We will showcase different scotch profiles and succulents and as a fun twist, show how they resemble each other in their individual ways. All materials included. Must be 21+ years old to register.
Jennifer Noel Wong is a Los Angeles-based architectural designer and has a background in architecture, urban design, and interior design. She finds influence from her surrounding environments, and learns from architects who approach design by challenging themselves to push boundaries, conduct social ecological research, and address sociological issues of today. Her workshops focus on creative problem solving, designing within constraints, working with the strengths and weaknesses of materials, and translates technical solutions to qualitative means of interactions that happen within spatial boundaries.
Lancelot Hunter is a landscape designer with over 10+ years experience is the industry. Lancelot has a background in construction, graphic design and just being himself. He finds the process of design (whatever the medium might be) more of a reward than design outcome itself. Design and creating is an integral part of the human experience and he believes everyone has something to offer.