24 Land Matters
Beach replenishment gets a makeover from the Dutch; San Antonio is aggressive with water recycling, and everyone wants a piece of its purple pipe; why Americans are driving less, and more.
Edited by Adam Regn Arvidson, FASLA
What to do with those stocky rodents that don’t chuck wood; also, what do two Communist world leaders and a Chinese pharmacologist have in common? Finding a treatment for malaria in the unassuming Artemisia annua.
By Constance Casey
Fire, shelter, seating, and shade are just a few of the things you’ll find at the ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO in Boston.
By Lisa Speckhardt
86 The 2013 ASLA Student Awards
Although graduate students typically dominate the ASLA Student Awards, this year the undergrads ruled, taking home four out of five Awards of Excellence.
By Daniel Jost, ASLA
92 Student Collaboration
100 Community Service
108 Analysis and Planning
120 Residential Design
122 General Design
140 The 2013 ASLA Professional Awards
Agendas varied among the jury, but virtue for this year’s winners tends to take multiple forms at once.
By Bradford McKee
152 Analysis and Planning
162 Residential Design
172 General Design
210 Professional Awards Source List
212 Display Ad Index
214 Buyer’s Guide Index
ASLA announces the recipients of its 2013 medals and other awards.
By Lisa Chambers
Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer, architecture critic and anti-suffragist.
By Alexandra Lange