Congratulations to new members of the Philippine Association of Landscape Architects

PRC Board Exam Results reports

“The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 11 out of 22 passed the Landscape Architect Licensure Examination given by the Board of Landscape Architecture in Manila this March 2009.

Registration for membership with the Philippine Association of Landscape Architects, Inc. (PALA) will start on Wednesday, March 25, 2009.

Following is the list of Successful Applicants:

AGUNDAY, RICHARD PIA
APALIS, CHARISSE SINAY
BASMAN, ANNA TALIA SUMANDE
BUENAVENTURA, BERNARD CALICA
CABALLERO, GABRIEL VICTOR AVES
GONZALES, ROMULO JR ANCUELO
LICERIO, LOU VINCENT CACAPIT
NADAL, CATHE DESIREE SUAN
PACTAO, NIÑO JESS TAGUM
REYES, GEORGINA EMILY VELASCO
REYES, KRISTOFFERSON PRADO”

SOURCE: Landscape Architects Board Exam Results for March 2009 » PRC Board Exam Results

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Group presents recommendations on improving Port Angeles – Peninsula Daily News

Peninsula Daily News reports

“Creating a presence of both Port Angeles and the downtown area would be one way to create a more inviting city, a group of architects told Port Angeles leaders and citizens on Wednesday night.

Carol Mayer-Reed, Portland, Ore.-based landscape architect as a member of the consultant team.

read the full article @ the Peninsula Daily News – Group presents recommendations on improving Port Angeles

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10 great eco-jobs – Mother Nature Network

Mother Nature Network reports

“Kate Bakewell, Landscape Architect, New York City
Kate Bakewell, who began her career as a film animator, got burnt out on transience in her late 20s. “I wanted to create something more lasting than a 30-second commercial,” she says. So she earned a master’s in landscape architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and worked for several landscape architects before landing at the international firm Hart/Howerton.”

read more about Kate @ the [SOURCE: 10 great eco-jobs - MNN - Mother Nature Network]

Ann Arbor moves ahead on city hall art project – Ann Arbor News – MLive.com

Ann Arbor News – MLive.com reports

“Ann Arbor elected officials Monday OK’d a $77,000 fee for German artist and landscape architect Herbert Dreiseitl to develop a proposal for a three-part art installation on the city hall property.

The project is the first undertaken by the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission.”

[SOURCE: Ann Arbor News - MLive.com - Ann Arbor moves ahead on city hall art project]

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West 8′s Twist Bridge gets coverage from Wallpaper.com

Wallpaper.com reported on West 8′s new bridge

“Even though landscape design experts West8 might be known for their innovative larger scale public spaces and urban planning work, bridge design has also been on their agenda for a long time now; the firm has already designed over 100 bridges in their home country of The Netherlands, and internationally.”

SOURCE: Twist Bridge, Vlaardingen – Architecture – Wallpaper.com

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