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messy, vol 19, no 2

Welcome to our messy world: a world where the landscapes we work on are never finished…where the best places surprise us with the unexpected and the contradictory… where we get mud on our shoes! Guest Editor Andrew Robertson urges us to rebel against homogenization, and to embrace the complexity which is at the essence of placemaking.

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big, vol 19, no 1

LP presents a festival of the very LARGE — works that stretch way beyond arbitrary borders, oftentimes to the horizons. This broad scale work, says Guest Editor Doug Olson, is where the impact of landscape architects is the most lasting and profound.

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time, vol 18, no 4

LP explores landscapes touched by time. We find serenity and remembrance among the stones and chestnut trees of Vancouver’s Mountain View Cemetery. We delight in the ephemeral, from the 30 urban seesaws in wintry Montreal to the city’s summer-time up-wellings of life in the streets.

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excellence, vol 18, no 3

When renewal comes to the inner city — you expect debate. Urban guru George Dark talks to the team that went to bat for Lansdowne Park: Ottawa’s centre-city park with the great tin tent in the middle.

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learn, vol 18, no 2

LP looks for – and finds – innovation in education today. We speak to FABLab directors and research gurus, to campus designers and tech-savvy interns.  Together, we probe the fascinating interstices between academia and practice.

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wet places, vol 18, no 1

Come spring, landscape architects are ankle deep in the swamps and fens and tidal flats, probing the daunting complexity of Canada’s marshlands. LP invites you to explore the wetlands, where the web of life is woven with particular richness.

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cultural dimensions, vol 17, no 4

From the magic of a Fibonacci-inspired design for Winnipeg’s Folk Festival tower…to the avant garde weather catcher in the heart of Fort McMurray…to the vintage grace of Kingston’s parks…. Landscapes | Paysages explores the ties that bind us to place.

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excellence, vol 17, no 3

LP presents this year’s bumper crop of award-winning projects!  CSLA’s most sought-after annual issue features a stunning overview of ten inspired works honoured with national CSLA Awards of Excellence – plus a glimpse of 13 remarkable regional winners, whose work is reshaping landscapes in neighbourhoods everywhere. A whopping 76 pages of stellar projects…

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agropolis, vol.17_no. 2

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the new small, vol.17_no. 1

How does the idea of SMALL contribute to a new way of seeing the world? LP associates ‘small’ with innovation, examining how experimentation and new thinking can alter the dynamics of our public places.

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resilience, vol.16_no. 4

Expensive and intractable climate-induced problems are with us to stay. More than ever before in history, it is landscape architects who must meet the challenge.

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excellence 2014, vol.16_no. 3

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healing, vol.16_no. 2

The demand for healing gardens is sweeping North America.  Read about the pioneering therapies at St. Joseph’s in Guelph: five outdoors “rooms” and even a putting green in a progressive therapeutic landscape.

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winter colour, vol.16_no. 1

For those of us firmly locked into snow country for another month – maybe two - LP embarks on a late winter mission.  Where, in our broad and snowy land, do Canadians truly OWN the winter?  We herewith present some contenders.....

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water world, vol.15_no. 4 (fall 2013)

Some say that landscape is the space between buildings. Our observation is that landscape is the space between bodies of water. Water: read about how we work with it, play with it – even listen to it.

It’s anything but dry.

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Jean Landry, Canadian Landscape Charter Initiative
Groupe Rousseau Lefebvre_Mélanie Glorieux, The Elements of Surprise: Defying Expectations


awards of excellence, vol.15_no. 3 (summer 2013)

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night lights, vol.15_no.1 (Winter 2013)

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Remembering Michael Hough

- On Planning, Preservation, Pedagogy and Public Works: Pierre Bélanger Speaks with Michael Hough (LP, 2009)

- Michael Hough, The Urban Landscape - The Hidden Frontier (APT Bulletin)

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Brenda J. Brown's Design Studio

Translations

Fondation CLU, Lightitude: Lighting Communties Near the Arctic Circle

Maude M. Sevigny and Sébastien Giguère, To Infinity - and Beyond! How the Skies of Mont Mégantic Were Darkened


the elusive city
vol.15_no.2 (Spring 2013)

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Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec + Sylvain Paquette, YUL-MTL: Design as a Coordinating Force

Wendy Graham, Monumental Restoration


trailblazers | chefs de file
vol.14_no.1 (Winter 2012)

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The Pink Balls, Claude Cormier + Associés Inc.

The Magic of Ice, Whiteness and Light, Malaka Ackaoui

Greenery, Social Diversity + Easy Mobility, Juliette Patterson

Acadian Landscapes, Ronald F. Williams


transported | transporté
vol. 14_no. 2 (Spring 2012)

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Juliette Patterson, Maison PRODUCTIVE House

Mathieu Casavant, Mosaïques: A New Space in Place de l'Acadie

Mélanie Glorieux, Not Your Ordinary Parking Lot

Ron Williams, How Trains Shaped Canada's Landscape


awards of excellence
vol. 14_no. 3 (Summer 2012)

LP Summer

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time + place
vol.14_no.4 (Fall 2012)

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Place d'Armes - Memories in Stone by Robert Desjardins and Luu Nguyen

Translations

Mathieu Casavant's 500 Ornaments

Peter Soland's A Restorative Noel

References


new professionals | nouveau praticiens
vol.13_no.1 (Winter 2011)

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Translations

Quebec Landscape Management Guide, by Sylvain Paquette

In Full Bloom: Drar, Nip and Vlan

After Words


visions
vol.13_no.2 (Spring 2011)

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A Tale of Two Cities: Montreal, by Pierre Bouchard

Capital Ideas by Claude Potvin + Daniel Miron

SuperNatural: The Burden of Wilderness, by Kelty McKinnon


awards of excellence | les prix d’excellence 
vol.13_no.3 (Summer 2011)

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international practice | pratique internationale 
vol.13_no.4 (Fall 2011)

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Saint-Viateur Street East: A New Life Cycle Begins, by Micheline Clouard

Terra Incognito, by Peter Soland

Nature And Landscape In China, by Corinne Thibaut

If You Build it, They Will Come, by Jean Trottier with George Stockton + Drew Wensley

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beyond the brick wall | au delà du mur de briques
vol.12_no.1 (Winter 2010)

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Urban Eggheads: Rethinking the City, One Hen at a Time, by Sylvie Halais

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Leadership 
vol.12_no.2 (Spring 2010)

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Leadership: A Word to Reconsider, by Jean Landry

NEW! Reflections on the Third Wave: Great work in PHOTOS!

Wychwood Barns: Great Old Bones in a New Neighbourhood, by Sylvie Halais

NEW! Why the Falls Reverse, by Dan Glenn explains

The Project of Our Lives, by John MacLeod


awards of excellence | les prix d'excellence
vol.12_no.3 (Summer 2010)

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the long view | hauteur de vues
vol.12_no.4 (Fall 2010)

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Translations

Lewis Mumford: Those 42-year-old questions, by Andrew Wilson

Lost… and Found: The Lairet River and the Birth of Canada, by Mylène Carreau + Charlotte Simard

Urbanism, Danish Style, by Marie-Claude Séguin

Mission Design, by Raquel Peñalosa


future tense | un futur pas si simple
vol.11_no.1 (Winter 2009)

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75 years: colours of the profession | 75 ans : les couleurs de la profession
vol.11_no.2 (Spring 2009)

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awards of excellence | les prix d’excellence
vol.11_no.3 (Summer 2009)

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Notes & Letters | Courrier des lecteurs French


landscape+urbanism | le paysage + l’urbanisme
vol.11_no.4 (Fall 2009)

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Montreal's Evolving Urban Vision, by Richard Gaudreau

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The Last Word, From Here to There, by Jean Landry


L/P Facebook 
vol.10_no.1 (Winter 2008)

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Artscapes | espaces d'art
vol.10_no.2 (Spring 2008)

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Awards of excellence 2008 | les prix d'excellence 2008
vol.10_no.3 (Summer 2008)

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beyond our borders | au-delà des frontières
vol.10_no.4 (Fall 2008)

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Landscapes from the Land | Des paysages qui fa?onnent le Nord
vol.9_no.1 (Winter 2007)

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The Residential Landscape | Les aménagements résidentiels
vol.9_no.2 (Spring 2007)

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defining places | lieux identitaires
vol.9_no.4 (Fall 2007) 

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Greenways & Trails | Les sentiers et couloirs de verdure
vol.8_no.1 (Winter 2006)

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Celebrating Vibrant Cities | Des villes passionnément vibrantes
vol.8_no.2 (Spring 2006)

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CSLA Awards of Excellence 2006 | Les Prix d'excellence de l'AAPC - cru 2006 vol.8_no.3 (Summer 2006)

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Finding Common Ground | À la recherche d'un terrain commun
vol.8_no.4 (Fall 2006)

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Landscape Architecture In Canada 40 yrs | L'Architecture De Paysage Au Canada 40 ans
vol.7_no.1 (Winter 2005)

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The Detailed World of Children's Landscapes | Des paysages pour enfants dans leur moindres détails
vol.7_no.2 (Spring 2005)

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CSLA Awards of Excellence 2005 | Les Prix d'excellence de l'AAPC - cru 2005
vol.7_no.3 (Summer 2005)

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Creating Landscapes for Seniors | L'art d'aménager pour nos ainés
vol.7_no.4 (Fall 2005)

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IFLA 2003 - International Practice | FIAP 2003 - L'architecture de paysage à l'étranger
vol.6_no.1 (Winter 2004)

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Rehabilitating Urban Waterfronts | La remise en état des secteurs riverains
vol.6_no.2 (Spring 2004)

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CSLA Professional Awards 2004 | Les Prix d'excellence 2004 de l'AAPC
vol.6_no.3 (Fall 2004)

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CSLA Professional Awards 2003 | Les Prix d'excellence 2003 de l'AAPC
vol.5_no.1 (Spring 2003)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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IFLA 2003 - Practice in Canada | FIAP 2003 - L'architecture de paysage au Canada
vol.5_no.2 (Summer 2003)

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Urban Fabric | Le tissu urbain
vol.4_no.1 (Winter 2002)

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CSLA Professional Awards 2002 | Les Prix d'excellence 2002 de l'AAPC
vol.4_no.2 (Summer 2002)

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Landscape, Ecology and Design | Paysage, écologie et aménagement
vol.3_no.1 (Summer 2001)

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CSLA Professional Awards 2001 | Les Prix d'excellence 2001 de l'AAPC
vol.3_no.2 (Fall 2001)

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Restorative Environments: Design for Human Health | Aménagements curatifs : design pour le bien-être
vol.2_no.1 (Winter 2000)

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Landscape and Identity | Paysages et identité
vol.2_no.2 (Summer 2000)

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CSLA Professional Awards 2000 | Les Prix d'excellence de l'AAPC 2000
vol.2_no.3 (Fall 2000)

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Awards and Competitions in Canada | Prix d'excellence et concours au Canada
vol.1_no.1 (Fall 1999)

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