Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2016

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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150 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 2016 Specifier's Guide site amenities See Ad on page 188 Information Request # 9185 The Brookfield Co. The Brookfield Co. offers 6 shapes and sizes of the Anderson Planter group, hand cast in fiber reinforced concrete. A variety of textured and smooth finishes are available as well as custom logo or design embossed into the planters. 706-375-8530 Planters Concrete Barkman See Ad on page 185 Information Request # 9353 Pato planters are available in 7 versions and made of high-quality glass fiber concrete in a smooth finish with an interior trough of galvanized steel. Barkman creates pavers, slabs, walls, kits and site furnishings for any living space. 204-326-3445 See Ads on pages 174, 218 Information Request # 9538 Petersen Manufacturing Co., Inc. 800-832-7383 Protect perimeters and deter traffic with beautiful precast concrete planters by Petersen Manufacturing. We carry a complete line of site furniture including benches, tables, planters, drinking fountains and bollards. Hundreds of models to choose from. Custom design capabilities. See Ad on page 171 Information Request # 9539 Greenform 310-331-1665 Greenform offers a cohesive line of planters and furnishings that enhance the spaces where people live, work and play. Crafted with a regard for the natural landscape, each piece features well-considered architectural form and a modern, European sensibility. Our products are manufactured in Switzerland, handmade by individual artisans, created from lightweight fiber cement. See Ad on page 175 Information Request # 9383 Form and Fiber 888-314-8852 Form and Fiber designs and manufactures precast and custom concrete planters, including custom boardform and box options. Planters are 2.5" - 3" thick, available in a variety of colors, melding classic features with fresh, modern interpretation. (Continued on page 152)

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