The New Old Oakland Waterfront – Presented by RUD
A presentation and conversation about the reconnection of public access to the waters of the Oakland Estuary and San Francisco Bay. Sarah Kuehl of Einwiller Kuehl landscape architecture will present an overview of work on the water’s edge of Oakland. Projects discussed will include Bridge Yard at John J. Sutter Regional Shoreline, Jack London Square, and will focus on the newly opened Township Commons at Brooklyn Basin. Topics of interest include adaptive reuse, creating public space that is truly public, and the importance of spatial sequence and procession in landscape.
About Sarah Kuehl:
Sarah Kuehl is the co-founder of Einwiller Kuehl Landscape Architecture in Oakland, California. Founded in 2012, our complementary and cooperative internal structure is an extension of working with clients and other team members in a spirit of lively collaboration. Our current projects include private gardens, corporate campuses, and a large public park. Sarah wrote her college thesis on graffiti writers. She remains passionate about cities, teenagers, and art. She is very interested in the overlap of conceptual ideas with both social and physical realities.