country: united states
the american society of landscape architects [asla] has released its 2004 awards call for entries, available online at http://www.asla.org/awards/2004/brochure.htm .
the program features four categories of professional awards: design; analysis and planning; research; and communications. the call for entries also includes the community service award, recognizing landscape architects providing pro bono service to the community, and the landmark award, recognizing a project completed between 15 and 50 years ago. the national trust for historic preservation is co-sponsoring the landmark award for the first time this year.
the deadline for receipt of the entry form is friday, april 30, 2004, and submission materials must be postmarked by friday, may 14, 2004. the jury will convene june 18-20, 2004, and asla will notify award recipients shortly thereafter. results will be announced following notification to the award recipients. award recipients and their clients will be honored in a ceremony followed by a luncheon at the asla annual meeting and expo, on saturday, october 30, 2004, in salt lake city, ut.
american society of landscape architects
individuals, firms, owners, public agencies, organizations, or other entities may enter as long as the project's creative team includes at least one landscape architect, a graduate of a landscape architecture program, or a faculty member of a landscape architecture program. [the work of non-landscape architects may be submitted to the communications category.]
professional awards entry fee [asla member]- $250, professional awards entry fee [non-member] - $500 [includes one-year membership], community service award entry fee - $50, and the landmark award entry fee - $50.
excellenc, honor, and merit awards certificates and international media attention.
frederick r. steiner, asla, jury chair
dean, school of architecture
university of texas at austin
f. christopher dimond, fasla
urban design and planning chairman
kansas city, mo
barbara faga, fasla
chair of the board
richard l. haag, fasla, hon. aia
richard haag associates, inc.
gary r. hilderbrand, fasla, faar
principal, reed hilderbrand associates, inc.
adjunct associate professor, harvard design school
garden design magazine
los altos, ca
janice cervelli schach, fasla
dean, college of architecture, arts, and humanities
susan s. szenasy
new york, ny
carol a. whipple, fasla
senior project manager
national park service