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Florida Chapter ASLA 2009 Design Awards

Son Başvuru Tarihi: 05 Mart 2009
Teslim Tarihi: 02 Nisan 2009
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Telefon: (407) 963-4791
Faks: (407) 839-0410
E-posta: [email protected]
Web Sitesi: www.flasla.org/2009awar...
The Design Awards Committee, on behalf of the Florida Chapter Executive Committee, announces the 2009 Design Awards Program.

The Florida Chapter anticipates an exceptional 2009 Awards Program and encourages all Florida Licensed Landscape Architects and students enrolled in a Landscape Architecture program at one of Florida''s Colleges or Universities to submit a project for consideration.

The FLASLA Design Awards Program encourages the advancement, expansion and recognition of the Landscape Architecture profession. As Landscape Architects, let us honor projects that blend environmental and artistic principles, emphasizing beauty, function, and the environment. These are the works of excellence that represent the value inherent in Landscape Architecture.

Professional Awards
While the projects may have been executed anywhere in the world, all projects shall be landscape architectural works executed by Florida Registered Landscape Architects, with a principal practice in Florida. Florida Registered Landscape Architects with a principal practice in another state may submit landscape architectural works; however, they must be works executed in Florida or Puerto Rico.

ASLA members'' entry fee is 150 Dollars per entry. Non-members'' entry fee is 350 Dollars per entry. Entry registration must be completed and entry fee must be received before the Entry Application Deadline to be eligible.

Student Awards
Eligible students must have been enrolled in a Landscape Architecture program at one of Florida''s Colleges or Universities during the 2007 - 2008 or 2008 - 2009 academic year (proof of registration shall be provided by copy of student identification card, transcript, or similar). Students may enter one project per category, and may enter as individuals, Landscape Architecture Student teams, Interdisciplinary Student teams, or Student / Faculty collaborations. For team / collaboration entries, the student must clearly demonstrate his / her level of contribution.

Student Chapter ASLA members'' entry fee is 15 Dollars. Non-members'' entry fee is 30 Dollars. Entry registration must be completed and entry fee must be received before the Entry Application Deadline to be eligible.

Entry / Submittal Process
Please note that entering the 2009 Program is a two-step process.

Step One - Entry Application
Complete the Entry Application Form and submit payment by the Entry deadline. Entrants who do not complete Step One are not eligible for consideration in Step Two. All Entry Application Forms and payments must be processed online before the deadline.

Step Two - Submittal of Materials
Submittal requirements and informational forms will be available online for downloading and completing electronically at www.flasla.org. Complete the project submittal adhering to the Entry Submittal Requirements and send to be received by the Submittal deadline.

Entry Submittal Address
All entry submissions shall be delivered to the following address by 17:00, 02 April 2009:

Morris Architects
Attention: Kenn Bates, ASLA
(2009 FLASLA Awards Program Chair)
622 East Washington Street, Suite 500
Orlando, FL 32801
Tel. (407) 963-4791
Fax (407) 839-0410
Email: [email protected]

Any entries received after the deadline will not be considered and will be returned.

Awards
Frederic B. Stresau Award: Awarded by the jury to an Award of Excellence winner which best exhibits absolute innovation and design excellence of the profession in 2009.

Environmental Sustainability Honor Award: At the discretion of the Awards Jury, may be bestowed upon a single project that exhibits sound sustainable practices as described by the ASLA Environmental Sustainability Policy Statement (B205, 206, R2001; available at www.asla.org).

Award of Excellence: Bestowed in recognition of projects that demonstrate an inspired use of landscape architectural practices in an imaginative combination that adds to the body of the Landscape Architecture profession, and are truly exceptional, unique, innovative and goes beyond achieving its defined purpose.

Award of Honor: Bestowed in recognition of projects that demonstrate the inspired use of landscape architectural practices in an imaginative and well-resolved combination that adds to the body of the Landscape Architecture profession.

Award of Merit: Bestowed in recognition of projects that demonstrate a thorough use of landscape architectural practices.

Categories
The Awards of Merit, Honor and Excellence are judged in one of the following categories:

The following categories recognize site-specific works as described. Professional entries in these categories must be built; Student entries are not required to be built:

Resort and Entertainment: Projects including hotels, theme parks, restaurants, golf courses and timeshares.

Commercial: Projects including corporate complexes, commercial redevelopment projects, office, retail, mixed-use and urban developments.

Institutional: Projects including schools, medical facilities, museums, botanical gardens, governmental and industrial facilities.

Preservation and Conservation: Projects of historical and environmental significance.

Open Space: Projects including parks, recreational facilities, greenways, connected open space networks and streetscapes.

Residential: Projects such as single family, multi-family or residential communities.

The following categories recognize either site-specific or non-site-specific works as described. Professional and Student entries are not required to be built or implemented.

Philanthropic: Recognizes documents, projects, events or functions which contribute to a greater understanding of landscape architecture, which advance the profession or which make a gift of services to enhance our culture, community and life quality.

Research and Communication: Recognizes efforts involving investigation of landscape architecture oriented topics and communication techniques contributing to an expanded body of knowledge. Entries may include, but are not limited to, research, studies, written works (published and unpublished), and innovative application of presentation methods or techniques (i.e. graphic techniques, digital media, and beyond). Student entries may include "Capstone" projects or graduate-level thesis work.

Planning and Analysis: Recognizes efforts involving the wide range of professional planning and analysis activities that lead to and guide landscape architecture design.

Conceptual: Recognizes projects which embody the creative spirit of the Landscape Architecture profession. Projects considered in this category possess little likelihood of ever being constructed.

The following category is reserved for Professional entries only.

Classic Projects: Recognizes those projects that were constructed at least twenty years ago and remain as viable today, as they were when they were constructed.

Competition Schedule
06 February 2009:
Call for Entries Available
05 March 2009, 17:00: Deadline for Receipt of Entry Form and Fee
02 April 2009, 17:00: Deadline for Submission of Materials
24 - 25 April 2009: Jury Convenes
Week of 27 April 2009: Award Winners Notified
25 July 2009: Presentation of Awards

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