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Forms+Surfaces 2h
Attending the Conference? Support scholarships for students by participating in the silent auction today from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Place your bid for a chance to win our Vaya Chair and Avivo Pedestal Coffee Table!
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Angela 2h
Jo Phillips of giving a great talk about the problems of public engagement in the landscape (and how to do it better) with a case of HS2
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Swenson Granite 7m
Woodbury Gray granite split face steps, pavers and Weathered Mountain stone wall – all granite & natural stone from Swenson Granite Works – at this home. Project by Elwell's Masonry.
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boonbrown 4h
Great to see progress on plots 202-203 of the Barking Riverside development. Here are some of the landscape features from the mansion block courtyards. Stay tuned for images of further site progress!
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Jane Findlay Apr 23
have been doing this for decades
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Bade Stageberg Cox 16m
To our presentation of the Evergreenhouse at Laser NYC, a lecture series promoting dialogue on art and science among artists, scientists, scholars, and historians.
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Beauxfort Landscape Systems 7h
GRASS PARKING PERFECTED Beauxfort’s Grassrings grass protection system enables private property owners and commercial enterprises to increase parking on grass capacity while maintaining their green spaces.
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Bill Eubanks, FASLA 1h
When it’s the interns last day, you send him out to pick up chicken biscuits. @ Seamon Whiteside
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Landscape Dept Apr 8
"I firmly believe that the profile of planting design has to be raised up so that it is seen as a fundamental platform upon which much of is built." New book by aims to de-mystify the topic of naturalistic planting:
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Shannon Baker Apr 9
I wrote a thing for about how our current obsession with feeding our timelines w/ insta selfies disconnects us from the landscape
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ASLAKentucky 22h
ASLA KY's 2019 Merit Award for Planning and Analysis has been awarded to The Fairdale Village Center Plan. This work was done by Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group, which is based in Louisville, KY.
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Sternberg Lighting Apr 23
Visit Paul Mitchell at Booth 112 at TX ASLA Conference April 24-26 at the Irving Convention Center to learn about our exciting new VILLA & Lunaria luminaires.
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The Planning Partnership Apr 23
TPP with was featured in a article discussing our work on the up-and-coming M2 project in . This project features a sixth-floor garden terrace designed in a series of outdoor rooms connected with a wooden boardwalk
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Early Childhood Health Outdoors Apr 19
As part of our 'meet the designer' series for Month, we want you to get to know ECHO design coordinator, Amanda Knight. Keep reading for more about what led her to this career: "I've been passionate about design and nature since my childhood"....
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CPL 41m
is the art of blending the land with the built environment. These “Stewards of the Land” work hard to conform their designs to match the existing environment
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NealB Apr 22
And we’re not done yet RICHMOND. Just wait until the OLC comes to life for these amazing kids and even more amazing staff. giving our all for this project for all things meaningful and good.
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Lee+Associates LArch Apr 8
- a small neighborhood space that provides play and leisure for dogs, children, and adults. We work to create spaces that address the needs of the community. Photo Cred: /Sam Kittner Photographer
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Spiezle Architects 18h
, Lauren Kovacs, gave an in-house session outlining the history of , why it matters & the proposed Stormwater Management rules in context of our projects. 🌧
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AACC Apr 24
Check out just a few alumni from our , , & programs. If you've been a part of the programs, or are interested in them, join their 50th anniversary open house 4-6 p.m. this Friday in CALT.
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KimleyHorn Apr 8
In celebration of , our President and CEO Steve Lefton shares the four major changes he has witnessed over his 25-year career. Tell us what you think the future holds for in the comment section.
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