Winners of the 2022 American Society of Landscape Architects

The Society’s annual awards highlight projects focused on reconnecting communities to the landscape and creating healthy community spaces.

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October 4, 2022, 8:00 AM PDT

By Diana Ionescu @aworkoffiction

Quarry House nestled among trees in Park City, Utah

The architect incorporated natural elements to celebrate local natural history and flora in the outdoor-centric Quarry House in Park City, Utah. | Design Workshop, Inc. / Quarry House in Park City, Utah

The American Society of Landscape Architects has announced the 28 winners of its 2022 Professional Awards.

ASLA President Eugenia Martin, FASLA, quoted in a press release from the organization, said, “Many of this year’s winning projects were focused on reconnecting communities to landscapes, illustrating the important role landscape architects play in creating places for communities to live, work, and play.” According to ASLA CEO Torey Carter-Conneen, “From equitable community gathering spaces to addressing climate change, these winners represent the cutting edge of our industry.”

The winners include the Palm Springs Downtown Park in Palm Springs, California in the General Design category; Houston’s Midtown Park in the Urban Design category; Quarry House in Park City, Utah for Residential Design; and others in Analysis and Planning, Communications,  and Research.

View the full list of winners at the source article below.

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