C+R is honored to receive 2 awards this year by the Florida American Society of Landscape Architects (FLASLA) . The 2016 FLASLA Design Awards program “encourages the advancement, expansion, and recognition of the Landscape Architecture profession. As Landscape Architects, let us honor projects that blend environmental and artistic principles, emphasizing beauty, function, and the environment. These works of excellence that represent the value inherent to Landscape Architecture.”
The Naturalized Roadways concept received the Award of Excellence in the Conceptual category, while Garden of the Arts received an Award of Merit in the Open Space Category. We are proud of our entire team for their hard work and dedication to the advancement of our profession.
Keep reading to learn more about these award winning projects.
In 2011 C+R was asked to study the US1 Corridor paying particular attention to the underutilized land under the existing metrorail. Our team felt strongly that we needed not only to enhance the land under the metro, but envision this space as a new urban multiuse park traveling the length of US-1 from Brickell to Pinecrest and beyond. After all, there are shiny new parks in city’s popping up all over the world revitalizing urban space attached to existing and old transportation networks. The Highline by JCFO being the most prominent example.