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2010 American Society of Landscape Architects-Minnesota Chapter Design Awards

Tue, May 11th, 2010
Posted in Home & Garden

(ASLA-MN) congratulates the following 20010 design award recipients.

Awards were presented at the awards banquet on April 23, 2010 at

International Market Square. ASLA- Indiana Chapter acted as the jury

for the awards. For more information, please visit



Benedicta Arts Center Courtyard

Close Landscape Architecture, merit award


Sullivan Residence

Coen + Partners, Inc., merit award


Rochester Peace Plaza

Bryan Carlson Planning and Landscape Architecture, Yaggy Colby

Associates, merit award

Silverwood Park

SRF Consulting Group, Inc., award of excellence

Lavin Bernick Center for Univ. Life

Coen + Partners, Inc., merit award


Target - 2008 Design Guidelines - First Edition

Damon Farber Associates, merit award

Downtown Red Wing Action Plan

Hoisington Koegler Group, Inc., merit award

Morris Affordable Green Neighborhood

Treeline, honor award

Tower Harbor Master Plan

Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc, merit award

A Living Street: A Landscape Illustrating Five Principles for Greenwich South

Coen + Partners, Inc., merit award


Augsburg College

Oslund and Associates, merit award


Adrienne Bockheim, honor award

Emily Shively, honor award

Sam Geer, merit award

Michelle Barness, merit award


Community Design Excellence Award: R.T. Rybak

This awards is given to a private developer, elected official or

municipal employee/department, typically not a practicing Landscape

Architect, who recognizes the role urban design and environmental

excellence play in maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in

Minnesota's towns and cities. The recipients have shown a strong

commitment to the work of landscape architects, sustainable design,

and place making.

Public Service Award: Don DeVeau

Is generally presented to a landscape architect working in the public

sector. The recipients have demonstrated exceptional service to the

public through projects or advocacy.

HWS Cleveland Award: Carrie Christensen

Is given annually to an individual trained in landscape architecture

who is not yet licensed.

Who has shown through their work and service to MASLA that they have

the potential to be a leader in the profession. The intent of the

award is to help offset the cost of taking the licensing exam.

Recipients must be amember of MASLA.

Lob Pine Award: David Motzenbecker

This is the highest Honor given out by the American Society of

Landscape Architects -Minnesota Chapter (ASLA-MN). Recipients have

demonstrated exemplary leadership and mentorship for our landscape

architecture community over an extended period of time. This Award is

named after prominent pine treesthat were trimmed to create distinct

visual reference points for early voyagers in the northwoods. ASLA-MN

has been giving this award since 1989.

About ASLA-MN:

ASLA-MN is the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) -

Minnesota Chapter which represents nearly 300 professionals in the

landscape architecture profession through advocacy, education,

communication, and fellowship. ASLA, the national organization, has

more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states,

U.S. territories, and 42 countries around the world.

As a licensed profession in the state of Minnesota, landscape

architecture encompasses the analysis, planning, design, management,

and stewardship of the natural and built environments. Landscape

Architectural projects range from academic campuses, conservation and

natural areas, historic landscapes, parks and recreation,

transportation corridors, urban design, water resources, and

commercial and residential properties. To learn more about landscape

architecture online visit www.asla.org or the Minnesota Chapter

homepage at www.masla.org.

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