Portage Cove Waterfront
A framework plan that will chart the future of the waterfront in a way that responds to community aspirations to strategically link, activate and regenerate Haines’ downtown and fort neighborhoods
0Colin is a landscape and architectural designer at James Corner Field Operations, where he is currently leading the design for the 500-acre Duas Barras Eco-Resort in northeast Brazil.
Prior to joining Field Operations, Colin was a designer at FXFOWLE Architects , where he worked on two high-rise residential buildings in Brooklyn and Long Island City, as well as a visioning and feasibility study for the New Jersey Transit Central Concourse in Penn Station.
Colin earned his Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with Highest Honors from the University of Virginia. While at Penn, Colin worked as a teaching assistant for design studio, theory, landform, and ecology courses, and completed a dual-degree independent thesis exploring the alternative aesthetic and experiential potential of complex, hyper-toxic industrial landscapes. He was named a University Olmsted Scholar, and was the recipient of an ASLA Merit Award and the Ian L. McHarg Prize. He also conducts global literature review research and coordinates graphic design and production for LA+, PennDesign’s Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture.
TATIANA V. CHOULIKA
With over 25 years’ of professional international experience with planning and design, Tatiana oversees some of the firm’s most complex urban projects. She is currently managing the planning and design of Seattle’s Central Waterfront project; the design and implementation of Freshkills Park in Staten Island; and the design of the public realm for Columbia University’s new Manhattanville Campus.
Over her career, Tatiana has led projects of various sizes and scope, in different countries and climates, for both private and public clients, including (while at W Architecture and Landscape Architecture) the Harlem Piers Waterfront Park, in New York, and the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY; as well as (while at HLW International) the 54- acre 20th Century FOX Studios in Los Angeles, CA and the 230-acre Sultan City for Humanitarian Studies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works well with multi-disciplinary teams and is able to carry a project through all phases of design, from concept to construction.
Prior to joining Field Operations, Tatiana was Director of the Landscape Architecture and Planning group at W Architecture and Landscape Architecture from 2004 until 2009, Senior Designer and Associate at HLW International from 1994 until 2004, and Project Landscape Architect at the Schnadelbach Partnership from 1989 through 1994.
Tatiana is a professionally registered landscape architect and holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master in Sciences and Management of Natural Resources from the University of Edinburgh, and a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Edinburgh College of Art. Tatiana is fluent in English, French, and Arabic, and speaks conversational Russian.