Landscape Architect & Specifier News

APR 2018

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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complementing the linearity of the design elements. The light columns are low-voltage LEDs with stainless-steel bases. As a complement to the Nemo Column lights, 39-watt 'Nemo' lighted bollards demarcate the upper edge of the esplanade and provide accent lighting. Wagner 'Lumenrail' series fixtures provide integral LEDs in the stainless-steel handrails at all stair locations. The street is illuminated with decorative streetlights by Shreder on 30 foot stainless steel poles that are designed to visually recede and complement the lighting in the pedestrian spaces. The waterfront park continues the "points of light" concept, bringing the pedestrian-scale light fixtures from the esplanade into the park open spaces, signaling that the space is less urban and moving toward a more natural landscape. LED BEGA 8060 bollards line and demarcate the waterfront trail that passes through the park and along two created beaches. These also provide wayfinding as they alternate with historic timeline markers. The park's hardscape plaza integrates LED BEGA 2916 wall lights into the concrete seating walls that illuminate the circular patterns in the paving. Complete Team List Planning: Studio Cascade Permits: Shreffler Environmental Landscape Architect: HBB Landscape Architecture Civil Engineer: Zenovic & Associates, Inc. Architect: LMN Architects Electrical Engineer: Säzän Group Coastal Geologist: Coastal Geologic Services Inc. Geotechnical: Hart Crowser, Inc. Artists: Ellen Sollod and Laura Allisane Structural Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers Construction Management: Vanir Construction Management General Contractor: Primo Construction Top: These tall structures are high- tech stainless steel wind turbines ('Visionair5' by Urban Green Energy International Ltd.) that help generate power for the waterfront's lighting. The turbines are described as "more quiet than a human whisper." PHOTO © 2017 DOUG SCOTT Bottom: The multiphase design created a series of public spaces unified by a "points of light" concept that included 54-watt Luminis Eclipse LED column lights for the Waterfront Park events space that emphasize the gathering lawns and bring the scale down to the pedestrian level. PHOTO © 2017 DOUG SCOTT 48 Landscape Architect and Specifier News

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