Landscape Architect & Specifier News

AUG 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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56 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Top & Bottom, Left: Tipa trees (Tipu tipuana) shade the sidewalks, and 'City Sites' benches encourage pedestrians to linger in the downtown. The benches and trash receptacles are from Victor Stanley; the iron tree grates are from Neenah Foundry. Bottom, Right: The planters in South Park were designed to infiltrate and filter stormwater runoff, and also create a safety barrier between pedestrians and the parking lane. This planter sports European grey sedge (left) and Germanica iris (right). Continued on page 58 AHBE Continued from page 54 'Grandma' purple flag bearded iris (Germanica iris) Yakushima dwarf maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis) European grey sedge (Carex divulsa) American boxwood (Buxus sempervirens cv.) South Park Streetscape Team Developer: South Group Landscape Architects: AHBE Architects: Ankrom Moisan, GBD Architects, Thompson Vairoda & Assoc. Civil engineering: KPFF Benches: Victor Stanley, 'City Sites' collection, model CBF-12 Bike racks: 'Bola' Concrete coloring: Davis Colors Trash receptacles: Victor Stanley, 'FC-12', Concourse Collection Tree grates, iron, square: Neenah Foundry

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