Honors & Awards
2004 Landscape Architecture Medal of Excellence
Urban Land Institute (ULI)

The Landscape Architecture Medal of Excellence recognizes significant contributions to landscape architecture policy, research, education, project planning and design, or a combination of these items. The body of work must have been maintained at a consistent level of excellence for at least 10 years.

Founded during the Great Depression as a research and education organization, ULI’s mission is to provide responsible leadership in the use of land to enhance the total environment. Today, Urban Land Institute (ULI) represents some 18,000 professionals—including many leading landscape architects. ULI members are community builders who develop, own, or enhance the value of more than 80 percent of the U.S. commercial property market. As the preeminent, multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates the open exchange of ideas, information and experience among developers, planners, designers, and public officials dedicated to creating better places. ULI initiates cutting-edge research to anticipate emerging land use trends and issues. It is one of the world’s most respected and quoted organizations in urban planning, land use, and development.

Read the nomination letter by Paul F. Morris, FASLA  , immediate past president of ASLA, and endorsements by Joseph E. Brown, FASLA, EDAWW. Paul Farmer, ASLA, AICP, American Planning AssociationMark W. Johnson, FASLA, CIVITASNorman L. Koonce, FAIA, The American Institute of ArchitectsFrederick Steiner, ASLA, The University of Texas at Austin 

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Representative Works


Canal City Hakata
Fukuoka, Japan
Photo: Jerde Partnership


WaterColor Cerulean Park
Seagrove Beach, FL
Photo: ARVIDA/Nelson Byrd Woltz





Mizner Park Office Building
Boca Raton, FL
Photo: Cooper Carry Inc.


Bonita Bay
Bonita Springs, FL
Photo: Bonita Bay Group


WaterColor Cerulean Park
Seagrove Beach, FL


Tower City Center
Cleveland, OH
Photo: Forest City Enterprises

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