WANTED landscape Receives CSLA Award and Montréal Botanical Garden Project

WANTED landscape, co-founded by Knowlton School Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Paula Meijerink and Senior Lecturer in Architecture Thierry Beaudoin, has received the 2015 Regional Merit Award from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects and been selected to develop a series of installations at the Montréal Botanical Garden.

The recognition by the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) is for Quincy Street Open Space, a public park in the Boston metropolitan area. This project was developed with Weston & Sampson for the City of Somerville, MA. Quincy Street Open Space was recently published in the magazine Landscapes Passages as well as included in the CSLA | AAPC Awards Atlas. Regional Merit Awards are conferred by the CSLA as part of its Awards of Excellence Program. The Program is intended to recognize and promote excellence in all aspects of the profession of landscape architecture and to communicate a strong awareness of the profession to related professions, potential clients and the general public.

WANTED was also recently selected by Espace pour la Vie or Space for Life to conceive a series of installations highlighting the restoration of the renown Chinese Garden at the Montréal Botanical Garden. These installations will be open to the public between the summer of 2016 and 2017.

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