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ASLA Chooses 2019 Professional and Student Award Winners

Represents Highest Honor in Landscape Architecture

ASLA honored Heritage Flume/STIMSON with its 2019 Award of Excellence in General Design. Photo: Ngoc Doan

The American Society of Landscape Architects has announced this year's 2019 Professional and Student Award winners.A

Chosen from 544 submissions, the 36 Professional Award winners represent the best of landscape architecture in the General Design, Residential Design, Analysis & Planning, Communications, and Research categories, according to the association. In addition, a single Landmark Award is presented each year.A

This year's 26 Student Award winners were chosen from 368 submissions. The winners represent the bright future of the landscape architecture profession in the General Design, Residential Design, Analysis & Planning, Research, Communications, Student Collaboration, and Student Community Service categories.A A A

"ASLA's Professional and Student Awards programs are the oldest and most prestigious in the profession. This extraordinary and diverse array of winners represent both the best of landscape architecture today and the brightest hope for our future," said ASLA president Shawn T. Kelly, FASLA.A

"This year's awards reflect the global nature of landscape architecture and demonstrate to professionals and the public alike how our profession addresses some of the world's most pressing problems, including climate change and resilience, livability, and the creation of healthy and equitable environments."

All Professional and Student Award recipients, their clients, and advisors will be honored at the awards presentation ceremony during the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture on November 18 in San Diego, Calif.

A full list of the winners can be found here: https://www.asla.org/2019awards/.

For more information on the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture: https://www.aslaconference.com.

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October 20, 2019, 12:04 am PDT

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