Latest Edition of L|P
technology, vol. 23, no. 1
In this Technology issue, we look at how technology is changing our design process, our construction approach, our palette of materials and the expectations of society for greater communication of design intent. We also explore the potential for technology to disrupt our profession, as it is doing with so many others.
The tools of the future will allow us to create robust simulation capabilities to measure the impacts of our proposals on microclimate, ecological health, hydrology and even social well-being. Join our contributors as they delve into the merging worlds of landscape architecture and technology!
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Call for Submissions - Waters' Edge (Fall 2021)
In this issue, we want to explore and expose the thoughts and experiences of Landscape Architects as they include shorelines in their work, from a policy as well as a design perspective. We want to provide readers with an insight to those sensitive considerations, for instance:
- Have you designed for an ocean front or a freshwater landscape in recent years?
- Do you admire a sensitively integrated waterfront design?
- How did the adjacency affect your design considerations or your experience?
We invite your submissions! Click the link below for our contact information – drop us a line with your idea/thoughts/abstracts and we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can consider your material in an issue that promises to be exciting and thought-provoking.
Call for Volunteers - L|P Editorial Board
Are you interested in contributing to the national magazine on the profession?
We are now seeking L|P editorial board members from Québec, Ontario and Saskatchewan. The editorial board meets once a month, for one hour, by video conference. The members of the Editorial Board are appointed for a two-year, overlapping terms, subject to renewal.
If you are a full CSLA member who is interested in joining the L|P Editorial Committee, please forward your resume to the appropriate contact by March 29, 2021.
Expressions of interest and resume:
CSLA welcomes applications or nominations recognizing underrepresented groups, including women, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples, people of colour, people who identify as LGBTQ, or people with disabilities.
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LP Editorial Board Members
Jean Trottier, Chair, MALA, CSLA
Cameron DeLong, CSLA Board Champion, NuALA, CSLA
Douglas Carlyle, AALA, FCSLA
Luc Deniger, AALA, CSLA
Marilou Champagne, AAPQ, CSLA
Robert LeBlanc, APALA, FCSLA
Cynthia Girling, BCSLA, FCSLA
Ryan Wakshinski, MALA, CSLA
Heidi Redman, NuALA, CSLA
Tim Edwards, NWTALA
Linda Irvine, OALA, FCSLA
Joanne Moran, OALA, FCSLA
Christine Bachinsky, SALA, CSLA