Category Archives: Wordless Wednesday
Today’s Wordless Wednesday features some of the beautiful designs by Cincinnati-area company Thornton Landscape, one of the great firms listed on our LAFirmsNReviews website: If you would like us to feature your landscape architecture or design project in Wordless Wednesday, send photos or videos to email@example.com.
Come on a walking tour of a beautiful private residence in Vancouver, WA. The project, by Woody’s Custom Landscaping, features stone and paver patios and walkways, a pond, a bubbling front water feature and lush landscaping throughout. You can see more projects at www.WoodysCustomLandscaping.com. Would you like us to feature your landscaping project in the LAB Wordless Wednesday? Send videos or photos to Web Editor Ann Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy this video featuring the winners in the General Design Category for the 2011 ASLA Professional Awards. For more on the American Society of Landscape Architects, visit www.asla.org. If you would like us to feature a landscape architecture project, photo or video in our Wordless Wednesday email, contact Web Editor Ann Norman at email@example.com.
April is National Landscape Architecture Month, and what better time to think about how a landscape architect could help you beautify your home? Here’s what the American Society of Landscape Architects has to say: For more information, visit www.asla.org. Landscape architects: If you would like us to feature your project or design in LA Business’ Wordless Wednesdays, please send a video, photo or photo gallery to Web Editor Ann Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This beautiful plaza honors Northeastern University’s Bernard Marshall Gordon, a prolific high-tech inventor. Cambridge, MA.-based Pressley Associates designer Matt Latimer designed the plaza with a grayscale paving pattern evocative of electron paths around an atom or moon orbits around a planet, inlaid in a red brick pavement. Ergonomic stainless steel benches provide viewing seats for the monument. This is the latest in a series of Northeastern campus landscape improvements designed by Pressley, which replaced many of the campus’ asphalt-paved roads … Continue reading