Walk On The Wild Side

In creating the town green and an overarching landscape plan for the new town of WaterColor, Florida, Nelson-Byrd Landscape Architects let the site's diverse native vegetation take the lead role.
December 5, 2003, 12pm PST | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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Some might have considered it blasphemy—especially here in the Florida Panhandle, the high altar of the traditional town planning movement-to make a statement so patently untraditional as the design of Cerulean Park. But Warren Byrd, ASLA, believed he was answering to a higher authority in his scheme for the main public space at WaterColor, the latest resort town to spring up beside the pristine white beaches along the Gulf of Mexico.

Thanks to Jeffrey Lofton

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Published on Wednesday, December 3, 2003 in American Society Of Landscape Architects
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