Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 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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2018 Specifier's Guide park & recreation 58 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Shade Devices / Fabric Sunguard Shade Sails™ provide dramatic shade that can be incorporated into any architectural design. Sails are available in three-point triangles and four-point squares and rectangles ranging in size from 10' to 40'. Custom designs can incorporate larger multiple point sails creating a one-of-a-kind statement. www.ApolloSunguard.com 800-319-1010 See ad on pages 56, 87 Information Request # 9003 Windmill™ structures add two-tone color and welcome guests to playgrounds, picnic, pools and splash pads. While protecting from harmful UV rays and reducing temps, heat escapes through the porous fabric top keeping people comfortable and play equipment from overheating. Add lights and fans for extended evening and summer use. www.ShadeSolutions.com 800-290-3387 See ad on pages 62, 88 Information Request # 9107 Our stunning Tornado ® fabric shade sculptures are used as a single shade or grouped for beautifully integrated shading clusters. Night lighting accommodations transform the environment into dynamic landmarks. Our CoolNet™ shade fabric offers a variety colors for maximum air cooling and up to 99% protection U.V. rays. www.shadesystemsinc.com 800-609-6066 See ad on pages 46, 88 Information Request # 9108 Our shade structures use U.S. steel, the highest quality zinc primer to prevent rust and super durable powder coat for a long lasting, fade resistant finish. Select from our standard models or customize your shelter. www.classicrecreation.com 800-697-2195 See ad on page 60 Information Request # 9026 Continued on page 60

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