ASLA's 2004 awards program attracts a record 550 entries.
A distinguished jury panel has selected 35 projects to receive ASLA awards
for 2004. The jurors met at ASLA headquarters in June and considered a record 550 entries, 20 percent more than in 2003, which had the
previous record number of submittals received. The awards will be presented during ASLA's annual meeting in Salt Lake City, October
29 through November 2.
Among this year's field of entries, "the best projects displayed great understanding
of natural processes, considerable sensitivity to people, and a high level of design acumen," said jury chair Frederick R. Steiner,
ASLA. "I believe the award recipients exemplify the many contributions that landscape architects are making to improve our built environments."
The jury was quite discriminating, he said. "If you were an award winner this year, you ought to be very, very proud."
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