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Comment: Learning By Doing
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Comment: Learning By Doing

What I learned by participating in the International Landscape Lighting Institute... More

IALD Fellows Announced
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IALD Fellows Announced

Three prominent lighting designers—Katherine C. Abernathy, Janet Lennox Moyer, and... More

Pool On the Water
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Pool On the Water

Tillett Lighting Design's scheme for a public pool—on a barge floating on New York... More

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Bethesda Garden

An artistic use of light in a residential setting best describes this backyard and pool area in suburban Washington, D.C., but it almost didn't come to pass. More

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Precious Metal

The anchor tenant of a light industrial park in Topeka, Kan., Cox Communications (CC) was in need of more space for its growing inventory—a new distribution center to respond to increased sales in the greater Topeka area. This was just the opportunity for CC's landlord, the owner of the office park who had inherited the outdated site from his father, to rewrite its architectural landscape by updating one building at a time. More

The Radiant City
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The Radiant City

When we look at the New York City skyline after dark, we see an urban landscape... More

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Rodgers Garden Fence

A colorfully illuminated garden fence in Alexandria, Virginia, gives the neighbors something to talk about. More

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ASLA Announces Medals

This month, the American Society of Landscape Architects selected recipients of its 2004 Medals and Firm Award, to be presented at the November 1, 2004 meeting in Salt Lake City. More

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