Annual Meeting

2014 Annual Meeting Handouts

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Field Sessions

FS001 Times Two: Doubling Downtown Denver
FS002 Intimate Gardens in Denver's Historic Neighborhoods
FS003 Contrasting Aesthetics of Country Estates in Cherry Hills Village 
FS004 South Denver’s Captivating ContemporaryCountry Estates     
FS005 Fort Collins: A Leader inSustainability and Craft Breweries 
FS006 It’s Alive!: Advanced NREL Theory Becomes a Sustainable Campus
FS007 Stapleton and Lowry Runways to Green Communities
FS008 Lariat Loop: Denver's Mountain Parks and CCC Legacy
FS009 You Will Never Forget Boulder’s Landscapes and Landmarks
FS010 Legacy of the South PlatteRiver Greenway
FS011 Legacy Space, ContemporaryUse: 16th Street Mall and Skyline Park
FS012 Sketch Denver
FS013 The Elephant Gets His Way:Innovation at the Denver Zoo
FS014 They’re Growing Art in the Denver Botanic Gardens
FS015 Denver’s SchoolyardLearning Landscapes

Friday Education Sessions

FRI-A01 Evidence-Based Landscape Design: Pilot Study of Children with Developmental Disorders
FRI-A02 3D Printing: The Rebirth of Physical Model Making
FRI-A03  Green Wall Case Studies:Comparisons, Advantages, and Challenges 
FRI-A04 Team Playing to Realize Santa Monica Civic Center Parks
FRI-A05 Civic Leadership:Integrating Design into Local Government and Public Infrastructure
FRI-A06  Community-Based Open Space Stewardship: The Benefits District Model
FRI-A07 Infrastructure Is PublicSpace: Designing the Public Realm on Every Level
FRI-A08 Water As a Medium:Infrastructure, Expression, and Collaboration at The Clark
FRI-A09  Projective Ecologies
FRI-B01  Therapeutic Landscapes: SixCase Studies
FRI-B02  Empathy-Driven Design and Public Spaces in the 21st Century
FRI-B03  Bioretention in the Desert,You're Joking Right?
FRI-B04  Dredge Landscapes: SedimentFlows, Earth Moving, and Dredge as Designed Landscape
FRI-B05  Innovation, Landscape, andShrinking Cities: The Detroit Case
FRI-B06 Embedding Resilience into a Cultural & Religious Fabric    
FRI-B07  From the Ground Up: The Basics of Soils for Landscape Architects        
FRI-B08  Oil in the Fields: Mapping,Fracking, and Landscape Architecture in North Dakota      
FRI-B09  Rails to Trails and Beyond:Former Margins, Future Connections        
FRI-B10  The Landscape Architect’sRole in Shaping the Future of Agriculture     
FRI-C01  Transforming the Summit:From Contour Mining to Tree House Climbing    
FRI-C02  Old School GreenInfrastructure from A to Z: Acequias to Zuni Bowls     
FRI-C03  Designing, Implementing,and Managing Improvements to the National Mall
FRI-C04  Earth, Wind, and Fire: JustAdd Water and Stir Vigorously
FRI-C05  The Innovative Use ofMaterials in Landscape Design: Dwelling in the Desert
FRI-C06  The Trans-Alaska Pipeline:Mega-Infrastructure on Unstable Ground      
FRI-C07  Sustainable PlantingDesign: A New Model for Large-Scale Urban Parks    
FRI-C08  Fit for Print: LandscapeArchitecture Photos That Work    
FRI-C09  Take Back the Boulevard: Grassroots Complete Street Efforts 
FRI-C10  Taking Back the Street: the Transformation of Times Square
FRI-D01  Artful Rainwater Design II: More Ideas on Green Infrastructure that Celebrates Rain    
FRI-D02  The Art and Science of Designing the Farm-to-Table Landscape 
FRI-D03  Playful Cities: Kids and Design in Urban Environments    
FRI-D04  Change in the Academy: TheShifting Landscape in Campus Design 
FRI-D05  Ground Up: Building the New Firm Roundtable Discussion     
FRI-D06  Design at an Eco-DistrictScale Can Change the Washington D.C. Landscape
FRI-D07  Paying Attention toNighttime: Planning and Design for the After-Dark City    
FRI-D08  Ten Ways to Make Green Roofs Pay    
FRI-D09  Landscape Forensics: WhyNatural Systems-Based Design Solutions Sometimes Fail    
FRI-D10  Design 2034: Our ResilientTomorrow

Saturday Education Sessions

SAT-A01 Inside the LA Studio withBalmori Associates    
SAT-A02 Public Health and Public Space    
SAT-A03 Water, Water Everywhere,But Not a Drop to Drink: Trees in Pavement    
SAT-A04 People Are Pedestrians byDesign: The Benefits of Walkable Environments    
SAT-A05 Soil Biology: Make ItIntegral to Your Living Landscape    
SAT-A06 The Triple Bottom Line ofGreen Infrastructure    
SAT-A07 Barangaroo: Reclaiming thePast for the Future of Sydney    
SAT-A08 Freehand Visions: SketchingDesign Ideas in a Digital World    
SAT-A09 Paths of Practice: Reflectionson Life, Work, and Leadership    
SAT-A10 Social Justice: The New Green Infrastructure
SAT-A11 This Matters and the Future Depends on It     
SAT-B01 Inside the LA Studio with !melk   
SAT-B02 Coastal Integration: Landscape Architecture, Ecology, and Sea Level Rise    
SAT-B03 Digital Visualization: Have We Lost Connection with Reality?   
SAT-B04 Landscape Architects Take Charge in the City   
SAT-B05 Playing by the Rules: Making Artful, Innovative Playgrounds that Meet Standards  
SAT-B06 Remove or Reuse: Transforming Site-Harvested Wood     
SAT-B07 Stormwater BMP Performance:What Every Landscape Architect Should Know       
SAT-B08 Planting Design for Beautyand Delight    
SAT-B09 A Dialogue Between Two Friends: Reflections on How Cultural Fabric Informs Design    
SAT-B10 Hunter's Point South Park:Industrial Wasteland to New Urban Ecological Paradigm
SAT-B11 Breaking Out – TalkingInspiration, Transformation, and Risk

Sunday Education Sessions

SUN-A01 Inside the LA Studio withBiohabitats     
SUN-A02 Working with Urban Soils inDesert and Arid Climates    
SUN-A03 Rebuild by Design:Landscape Architecture Led Resiliency Initiatives     
SUN-A04 Bringing Philanthropy toPublic Landscapes     
SUN-A05 30 Years After The GraniteGarden: Where Do We Stand?    
SUN-A06 21st Century Stewardshipfor Master Landscapes     
SUN-A07 Post-Sandy Implications inLand and Vegetation Management    
SUN-A08 Subsurface to Surface:Fracking Needs Landscape Architect Attention    
SUN-A09 Green Infrastructure in theEco-District: Innovative Civic-Public-Private Partnerships    
SUN-A10 Put Value to Parks:Economic and Health Benefits
SUN-A11 Reigniting Our Legacy: HowLandscape Architects Will Lead Geodesign
SUN-B01 Inside the LA Studio withConfluence    
SUN-B02 Mentoring the NextGeneration of Landscape Architects    
SUN-B03 Integrated Urban Waterfrontsin an Era of Climate Change    
SUN-B04 Beyond the Great Debate:Assessing Post-Installation Manufactured Soils Performance    
SUN-B05 The Future of ExistingConditions: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Resilient Coastal Design    
SUN-B06 The Allure of Water in theCity: The Transformation of Four Urban Rivers    
SUN-B07 Should Net-Zero Water Bethe New Standard?    
SUN-B08 Letting the Street Win:Saying No to Donuts    
SUN-B09  Conservation Agriculture:Designing and Redefining Productive Landscapes    
SUN-B10 SITES? Lessons Learned fromResidential Projects    
SUN-B11 From Gray to Green:Revitalizing Milwaukee's Industrial Heart

Monday Education Sessions

MON-A01 Prairie Green Roofs: HighPlains, Great Plains, and Beyond    
MON-A02 Designing Habitats withTechnology    
MON-A03 Heart and Soil: SuccessfulProjects on Vacant Land in Legacy Cities
MON-A04 Designing with Renewable Energy Landscape Initiatives 
MON-A05 The Landscape Architect’sRole in Policy Development and Implementation    
MON-A07 A Critical Look atRetrofitting Suburbia    
MON-A08 Productivity and the City:Edible Landscapes and Evidence-Based Design    
MON-A09 Bridging Science andDesign: Ecologists Reflect on Constructing Habitats    
MON-B01 Are All Gardens Safe?Consider Natural Elements That Do No Harm    
MON-B02 Hand Drawing and 3DModeling: Hybrid Methods for Design Visualization    
MON-B03 Storyboarding the Landscapefor Design and Animation    
MON-B04 Designed Ecology: The Art and Science of Meadows, Grasslands, and Woodlands 
MON-B05 Firm Transition Strategies:Seeing the Forest for the Trees    
MON-B06 Creating New Expressive Landscapes from Old Industrial Infrastructure    
MON-B07 Kennedy Greened - A DC Water Green Infrastructure Challenge Finalist    
MON-B08 The Next Generation of Resorts: Designing for Experience and Authenticity    
MON-B09 Ask a Traffic Engineer:Street Design 101    
MON-B10 Behind the Scenes ofWetland Restoration: Critical Roles for Landscape Architects    
MON-C01 Translating Research into Project Documentation and Publication    
MON-C02 SITES? Certified Parks:Lessons Learned    
MON-C03 Ensuring Sustained Value in Therapeutic Gardens and Children's Landscapes    
MON-C04 The Stapleton Story: FromVision to Reality    
MON-C05 Preserving the Patterns ofOlmsted's Historic Communities and Parks    
MON-C06 Claiming Territories:Signifying Art and Design in the Landscape    
MON-C07 Boutique Firm, GlobalReach: Leverage Expertise in the International Marketplace    
MON-C08 Performance and Beauty inAffordable, Water-Wise Landscapes    
MON-C09 The Wilds: IntegratingNatural Systems and Outdoor Learning Environments    
MON-D01 Design Visualization: NewTrends Merging Traditional Hand Drawing with Digital Tools    
MON-D02 Restoration Design: AnEmerging Service with a Large Scope    
MON-D03 Closing the Loop: Net-ZeroWater Design    
MON-D04 The Residential Trifecta:Connecting 2D Plans, 3D Models, and Project Management    
MON-D05 Grow Food Where We Live:Integrating Urban Agriculture    
MON-D06 Planning and Design for aDynamic Senior Lifestyle in the 21st Century    
MON-D07 Public Parks and PrivatePartners: A Healthy Marriage?    
MON-D08 Creative Bureaucracy:Exploring the Realm of the Public Landscape Architect    
MON-D09 Native Planting in PublicGardens: Ecological Soundness and Experiential Richness 

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