Landscape Architect & Specifier News

OCT 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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Tiger Carroll Ginn Concourse, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama Above & Left: The Tiger Carroll Ginn Concourse is the last of the pedestrian design projects approved by the Auburn University Board of Trustees in 2002. These projects were envisioned to remove vehicles from the campus core. This concourse completed the connectivity of all previous pedestrian projects to the northern edge of campus. Completed in 2012, the 22 x 12-foot water wall feature has become the centerpiece of the concourse and an iconic piece of the College of Engineering's subcampus. Homewood City Center Homewood, Alabama Bottom Left and Right: Completed in the summer of 2006, Soho is a mixed-use development in the center of downtown Homewood. It consists of a 600-car underground parking lot, street level plaza and streetscape with shops, restaurants and a new City Hall with a four-story condominium building flanking either side. The plaza streetscape areas are nearly two acres, with outdoor dining, landscaping and site furnishings. The plaza also doubles as emergency vehicle access to the three buildings. Overlook Crest, Vestavia Hills, Alabama Bottom Left and Right: This cluster home infill development overlooking Shades Valley features 14 homes priced up to $1.2 million. HNP provided the site plan for the development, as well as designs for the entrance and common areas. Because of the configuration of the property, HNP worked closely with the architect to develop a layout where each home is sited on a lot specifically tailored to accommodate its unique dimensions. As each home neared completion, the firm also provided individual planting designs. a planting designs. t planting designs. g planting designs. des planting designs. g planting designs. s planting designs. Holcombe Norton Partners (Continued from page 156)

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