|ASLA’s Opportunities and Events page provides users with the latest information on everything from conferences and meetings to calls for papers, requests for qualifications, consulting opportunities, and competitions. Below, an international competition to promote residential designs that go beyond “green.”
Suburbia Transformed 3.0, One Garden at a Time
- Exploring the aesthetics of landscape experience in the age of sustainability.
- An international competition for built and visionary (unbuilt) residential landscapes in professional and student categories—entry forms due February 18, 2014.
The goal of Suburbia Transformed 3.0 is to promote and celebrate residential designs that go beyond “green” by explicitly using sustainable strategies, tactics, and technologies to enrich the aesthetic spatial experience of people. The emphasis is on how such sustainable landscapes can be beautiful, inspiring, perhaps profound; and serve as examples for transforming the suburban residential fabric, one garden at a time.
- Andrea Cochran, FASLA, Principal, Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture
- Tobiah Horton, Assistant Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
- David Kamp, FASLA, Dirtworks, PC
- Keith LeBlanc, FASLA, Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture, Inc.
- Darrel Morrison, FASLA, Ecological Landscape Design and Management, New York
August 15, 2013: Call for Entries posted
February 18, 2014: Entry form and fee due
March 20, 2014: CD submission due
April 15, 2014: Announcement of selected entries
May 31, 2014 : Opening reception at James Rose Center
August 31, 2014: Exhibition travels
Details and the Call for Entries will be available August, 15, 2013 at http://www.jamesrosecenter.org.