ASLA Reveals 2008 Project Award Winners

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

May/June 2008
Industry News

ASLA Reveals 2008 Project Award Winners

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the winners of its 2008 Professional Awards. More than 500 entries were received for this year’s competition, but only 29 projects earned awards.

“These awards represent the pinnacle of design achievement by the world’s leading landscape architects,” said ASLA President, Perry Howard, FASLA.

Honorees will receive their awards on Oct. 6, 2008, at the ASLA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Following is a list of the projects earning the top awards, the Awards of Excellence. For a complete list of winners, visit

  • General Design Category: The Lurie Garden, Millennium Park, Chicago. Landscape Architect: Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Ltd., Seattle. Client: Millennium Park, Inc.
  • Residential Design Category, co-sponsored by Garden Design Magazine: Ketchum Residence, Ketchum, Idao. Landscape Architect: Lutsko Associates, San Francisco.
  • Analysis and Planning Category: Viet Village Urban Farm, New Orleans. Landscape Architect: Mossop + Michaels. Client: Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp.
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