FLASLA Award Winners

The Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects held its Annual Design Awards Jury June 10-11 in Orlando, Fla.

The 33 recipients of the 2011 Chapter Design Awards included:

Commercial Category

Award of Excellence: Raymond Jungles, Inc. (Miami) for 1111 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Marina Village at Atlantis in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Award of Honor: MorrisTerra (Orlando) for Thornton Park Central in Orlando.

Award of Merit: Sanchez & Maddux, Inc. (Palm Beach) for Worth Avenue Restoration in Palm Beach.

Conceptual Category

Award of Honor: MorrisTerra (Orlando) for Marina da Glória in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Institutional Category

Award of Excellence: Goetz+Stropes Landscape Architects, Inc. (Naples) for Making Connections:

People + Land + Water at the Naples Botanical Garden in Naples.

Award of Honor: Raymond Jungles, Inc. (Miami) for The Brazilian Garden in Naples.

Award of Honor: David Conner & Associates (Tampa) for Largo Community Center in Largo.

Award of Honor: David Conner & Associates (Tampa) for Phyllis P. Marshall Student Center in

Tampa.

Open Space Category

Award of Excellence: West 8 (New York, NY) for Miami Beach Soundscape in Miami Beach.

Award of Excellence: Michael Pape & Associates, PA (Ocala) for The Villages Recreation and

Greenways Network in The Villages.

Award of Honor: Miller Legg (Fort Lauderdale) for Biscayne Boulevard Revitalization in Miami.

Philanthropic Category

Award of Merit: Foster Conant & Associates, Inc. (Orlando) for Vision 360 in Orlando.

Planning & Analysis Category

Award of Excellence: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Crosswaters Ecolodge in Nankun Mountain

Reserve, Guangdong Province, China.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center in

Dalian City, Liaonig Province, China.

Award of Honor: Perkins + Will (Atlanta, GA) for FIU Campus Master Plan in Miami.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Khedive’s Cairo in Cairo, Egypt.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Los Micos Beach and Golf Resort in Bahia de Tela,

Honduras.

Award of Honor: AECOM (West Palm Beach) for Miami-Dade County Trail Design Guidelines &

Benefits Study in Miami-Dade County.

Residential Category

Award of Honor: Raymond Jungles, Inc. (Miami) for Coconut Grove Garden in Coconut Grove.

Award of Merit: studio JEFRE LA (Orlando) for “Landscape Blur” in Orlando.

Award of Merit: Busk and Associates, Inc. (Naples) for Dr. Susan Morgan Residence in Naples.

Resort & Entertainment Category

Award of Excellence: MSI Design (Powell, OH) for Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

in Lake Buena Vista.

Award of Excellence: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Crosswaters Ecolodge in Nankun Mountain

Reserve, Guangdong Province, China.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Boca Beach Club Development in Boca Raton.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for The Cove Atlantis in Paradise Island, Bahamas.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Fairmont Mayakoba in Quintana Roo, Riviera Maya.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for La Concha Renaissance San Juan Resort in San Juan,

Puerto Rico.

Award of Honor: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for Park Hyatt Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club in Dubai,

United Arab Emirates.

Award of Merit: EDSA (Fort Lauderdale) for W Retreat & Spa in Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Student Awards

Award of Honor: Carolina A. Jaimes (Student | Florida International University, Miami) for Colón:

Collective strategies for a regenerative waterfront.

Award of Merit: Jose Alvarez (Student | Florida International University, Miami) for Rural Re-

Integration.

Award of Merit: Christopher Cabezas (Student | Florida International University, Miami) for Stitching

the Urban Trail: Perspectives Through Movement.

Environmental Sustainability Honor

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