Letter from the Chair
In 2009 I hope that the future looks bright for you as the world comes together over many important issues.  In this issue of the newsletter, we have several contributions.  Daniel Ilkov writes about landscape issues in Bulgaria.  His favorite
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New Landscapes in the Tropics
Many areas developing quickly are in the tropics. The warm, humid climate regions need sensitive landscape planning more than any other areas on earth. Outdoor spaces in these regions are often primary living areas. Structures
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Split, Croatia: To Conform or Not to Conform, a Look at the Modern and Historical Architecture of a City
Nestled in the Mediterranean terrain of the country’s mountains near the Bosnian border sits Split, Croatia. Located on the western coast of the Adriatic Sea, this city exudes its historical identity as travelers make their way through the wandering, white
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The Landscape Architecture Programs at University of Algarve and Michigan State University: A Perspective from the Other Side of the Atlantic Ocean
It feels like yesterday that I entered the landscape architecture (LA) program at the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal. But it was not! Since then, nine years have passed. These are nine years that
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Letter from the Chair
New Landscapes in the Tropics
Split, Croatia: To Conform or Not to Conform, a Look at the Modern and Historical Architecture of a City
The Landscape Architecture Programs at University of Algarve and Michigan State University: A Perspective from the Other Side of the Atlantic Ocean
 

 

Erik Mustonen, ASLA, Chair
(780) 423-4990
esmustonen@yahoo.com