ASLA 2007 AWARDS CALL FOR ENTRIES RELEASED
Outstanding Juries Named for Professional and Student
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13, 2006---The American Society of Landscape
Architects (ASLA) has released the call for entries for its
2007 professional and student awards program. Each year, the
ASLA awards program honors the best in landscape architecture
from around the globe, while the student awards program provides
a glimpse into the future of the profession.
Members of the professional awards jury convening in March
• Christopher Dimond, FASLA, HNTB, Kansas City, Mo.,
• Warren T. Byrd, FASLA, Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape
Architects, Charlottesville, Va.
• William B. Callaway, FASLA, SWA Group, Sausalito,
• Adele Chatfield-Taylor, American Academy in Rome,
New York, N.Y.
• Astrid Haryati, ASLA, Assistant to the Mayor, City
of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
• Richard Hawks, FASLA, State University of New York,
• Raymond Jungles, FASLA, Raymond Jungles, Inc., Miami,
• Ketzel Levine, National Public Radio, Portland, Ore.
• Ken Smith, ASLA, Ken Smith Landscape Architecture,
New York, N.Y.
Bill Marken, editor-in-chief of Garden Design magazine in
Los Altos, Calif., will join the jury for the Residential
Design Category and William H. Tishler, FASLA, representing
the National Trust for Historic Preservation, will join the
jury for selection of the Landmark Award.
Members of the student awards jury convening in June 2007
• Todd D. Johnson, FASLA, Design Workshop, Denver, Colo.,
• Joan Honeyman, ASLA, Jordan Honeyman Landscape Architecture, Washington, DC
• Dean Hill, ASLA, Terratecture, Fishers, Ind., and
host of the DIY Network television series “Grounds for
• Leonard J. Hopper, FASLA, New York City Public Housing
Authority, New York, N.Y.
• Shannon R. Nichol, ASLA, Gustafson Guthrie Nichol,
Ltd., Seattle, Wash.
• Mark Rios, FASLA, Rios Clementi Hale Studios, Los
• Lolly Tai, FASLA, Temple University, Ambler, Pa.
The ASLA awards program is divided into five categories:
General Design; Residential Design, co-sponsored by Garden
Design magazine; Analysis and Planning; Research, co-sponsored
by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture; and
Communications. The call for entries also includes the Landmark
Award, co-sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation,
recognizing a landscape architecture project completed between
15 and 50 years ago. The student awards program features a
Student Collaboration category and a Student Community Service
Professional award entry forms are due by Friday, February
9, 2007. Professional submissions must be received by Friday,
February 23, 2007. Student entry forms are due by Friday,
May 18, 2007. Student submissions must be received by Friday,
June 1, 2007.
Award winning projects will be featured in Landscape Architecture
magazine and other industry and general media. Professional
residential design award winning projects will also be featured
in Garden Design magazine. Award recipients and their clients
will be honored in a ceremony followed by a luncheon at the
ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo, in October 2007, in San Francisco,
Calif. The award-winning projects will be featured in a video
presentation to premier at the ceremony.
Awards call for entries and juror photographs are available
online at http://www.asla.org/awards/2007/rules_entries/
Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association
for landscape architects, representing more than 17,000 members
in 48 professional chapters and 68 student chapters. 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. Members of the Society use their “ASLA”
suffix after their names to denote membership and their commitment
to the highest ethical standards of the profession. Learn
more about landscape architecture online at www.asla.org.
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