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ASLA Announces 2003 Awards
2003-06-25

WASHINGTON, DC, June 25, 2003—The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the recipients of its 2003 Professional Awards, the Community Service Award, and the Landmark Award. Of the 436 entries submitted, the nine-member jury selected 33 projects to receive awards. The awards will be presented during the ASLA Annual Meeting, October 30-November 3, in New Orleans. You may view and download photographs of these projects at www.asla.org/awards/2003/awards.htm. Additional photos are available upon request.

Design Excellence Award:

Westlake Corporate Campus
(Photo by: Tom Fox)

Westlake Corporate Campus, Circle T Ranch, Westlake, TX
Landscape Architect: SWA Group, Dallas, TX
Client: Name withheld by request

Design Honor Awards:

Hither Lane, East Hampton, NY
Landscape Architect: Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Inc., Watertown, MA
Clients: Patsy and Jeff Tarr

J. Paul Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA
Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA
Client: J. Paul Getty Trust

Design Merit Awards:

560 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
Landscape Architect: Hart Howerton, San Francisco, CA, Christian Lemon, Senior Designer and Project Manager.
Client: Hines

Arthur Ross Terrace of the Rose and Priest Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY
Landscape Architect: Charles Anderson Landscape Architecture, Seattle, WA
Lead Landscape Designer: Kathryn Gustafson
Client: American Museum of Natural History

Christian Science Center Seasonal Plantings, Boston, MA
Landscape Architect: Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Inc., Watertown, MA
Client: The First Church of Christ, Scientist

Conference Center for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT
Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA
Client: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Emerson Residence, Los Angeles, CA
Landscape Architect: R. Michael Schneider, ASLA, Orange Street Studio, Los Angeles, CA
Clients: Rita and Steve Emerson

Jinji Lake Public Open Space, Park, and Landscape, Suzhou, China
Landscape Architect: EDAW, Inc., San Francisco, CA
Client: Suzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee (SIPAC)

Lewis Avenue Corridor, Las Vegas, NV
Landscape Architect: SWA Group, Sausalito, CA
Client: City of Las Vegas

Maple Avenue, Cambridge, MA
Landscape Architect: Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Inc., Watertown, MA
Client: Trustees of the Mount Auburn Cemetery

Michigan Avenue Streetscape, Chicago, IL
Landscape Architect: Douglas Hoerr Landscape Architecture, Inc., Evanston, IL
Client: City of Chicago

Pennswood Village Regional Storm Water Quality and Management System, Middletown Township, Bucks County, PA
Landscape Architect: Wells Appel Land Strategies, Philadelphia, PA
Client: Pennswood Village

Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park, New York, NY
Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA
Client: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority

Tide Point, Baltimore, MD
Landscape Architect: W Architecture & Landscape Architecture, LLC, New York, NY
Client: Struever Brothers, Eccles, and Rouse

Tokyo University Foreign Studies Campus, Fuchu, Japan
Landscape Architect: SWA Group, Sausalito, CA
Client: Tokyo University, Fuchu, Japan

Watercolor Cerulean Park, Watercolor, Walton County, FL
Landscape Architect: Nelson-Byrd Landscape Architects, Charlottesville, VA
Client: Arvida, A St. Joe Company

Analysis and Planning Honor Awards:

Highbrook Business Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Landscape Architect: Peter Walker and Partners, Berkeley, CA
Client: Highbrook Development, Ltd.

The Blue Ring: Seattle’s Center City Open Space Strategy, Seattle, WA
Landscape Architect: Mithun, Seattle, WA
Client: CityDesign, Seattle, WA

Analysis and Planning Merit Awards:

A Vision for the Menomonee River Valley, Milwaukee, WI
Landscape Architect: Wenk Associates, Inc., Denver, CO
Client: City of Milwaukee

Masterplan for Buffalo Bayou and Beyond, Houston, TX
Landscape Architect: Dodson Associates, Inc., Ashfield, MA
Clients: Buffalo Bayou Partnership; City of Houston; Harris County Flood Control District; and Harris County.

The Presidio Trust Management Plan, San Francisco, CA
Landscape Architect: Sasaki Associates, Inc., Watertown, MA
Client: The Presidio Trust

The Tidal Schuylkill River Master Plan, Philadelphia, PA
Landscape Architect: EDAW, Inc., Alexandria, VA
Client: Schuylkill River Development Corporation

University of Virginia Carr’s Hill Master Plan and Landscape Design for the New Arts Precinct and Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA
Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA
Client: University of Virginia

Wetland Mitigation at the Santa Lucia Preserve, Carmel, CA
Landscape Architect: Wetlands Research Associates, Inc., San Rafael, CA
Client: Rancho San Carlos Partnership

Research Merit Award:

Restoring the Earth: Reconstructing the Post-mining Environment
Jon Bryan Burley, ASLA, Michigan State University, Perrinton, MI

Communications Honor Awards:

Inventing the Charles River
Charles River Conservancy, Newton, MA

National Capital Memorials and Museums Master Plan
Leo A Daly, Washington, DC, & EDAW, Inc., Alexandria, VA

Communications Merit Awards:

Garden History Reference Encyclopedia CD
Tom Turner, University of Greenwich, London, UK

Dreaming Gardens: Landscape Architecture and the Making of Modern Israel
Kenneth Helphand, FASLA, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Center for American Places
University of Virginia Press
Israeli Association of Landscape Architects

The City in a Garden: A Photographic History of Chicago’s Parks
Julia Sniderman Bachrach, Chicago Park District of Planning and Development

The Landmark Award:

Battery Park City: Master Plan and Esplanade
Landscape Architect: Olin Partnership, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA, and R.M. Hanna Landscape Architects, Philadelphia, PA (formerly Hanna/Olin)
Client: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority

The Community Service Award:

Boston Schoolyard Initiative, Boston, MA
Boston Schoolyard Funders Collaborative and The City of Boston

The ASLA Awards Program is managed under and benefits the Library and Education Advocacy Fund (LEAF), a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization established by ASLA in 2001. LEAF is dedicated to expanding the body of knowledge of the landscape architecture profession, to promoting the value of landscape architecture, and to increasing public understanding of environmental and land use issues and principles. LEAF supports ASLA’s research, library, archives, awards, and professional education programs.

Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association for landscape architects, representing more than 13,500 members. Landscape architecture is a comprehensive discipline of land analysis, planning, design, management, preservation, and rehabilitation. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship.



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