Brian R. Davis
Fluvio-urban morphology; landscape infrastructure; green infrastructure; public space, 3D dynamic representation and modeling, cultural and ecological potential of environmental remediation and reindustrialization along urban rivers; experimental design research
Current Research Interest
Landscape prototyping; coupling human and ecological health in cities; indulstrialized rivers in the Americas; sediment management as a means to landscape adaptation; flooding infrastructure; effect of public space design on water quality in urban rivers
Atkinson Center Fellow
National American Society of Landscape Archtiects Award
Brazilian Association of Landscape Architects Keynote Speaker
Davis, Brian R. “Public Sediment,” in Toward an Urban Ecology, edited by Kate Orff. New York City: Monacelli Press, 2016.
Davis, Brian, Rob Holmes, and Brett Milligan. “Isthmus: On the Panama Canal Expansion.” Places Journal (2015).
Cornell Research Website Article
Public Landscapes and the Environment