Emmanuel Thingue BSLA `86, B Arch `91 featured in The NY Times
Emmanuel Thingue BSLA `86, B Arch `91, a visionary landscape architect, is retiring after designing more than 30 iconic New York City parks. Congratulations on these accomplishments and a wonderful feature in The New York Times!
Throughout his 30-year career at New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, Thingue created parks that earned awards and admiration and that leave a legacy of joy and green spaces for generations to come. His designs are characterized by unique flows, sensibility, and the presence of large trees, providing a sense of comfort and connection with nature.
Even though he has officially retired from Parks, Thingue continues to inspire and create, serving as an advisor for New City Parks, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing green spaces to underserved communities.
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