Landscapes - Fall 2014 - (Page 64)
LACF | FACP 2014
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CANADA FOUNDATION | FONDATION D FR_LP+ | LES BONNES QUESTIONS
WHAT QUESTIONS ARE INTRIGUING LAs in 2014? The LACF awarded $20,000 this year to fund research, development, and
communications initiatives in a remarkable array of areas important to the profession. How can Humphrey Carver's work inform our
rekindled debate about the shape of the postwar suburbs? What luminaries guided the development of the profession in Manitoba?
How can LAs better reach out into communities to share their expertise?
"From farmland sustainability to urban pop-up parks, LACF is proud to support these projects that reflect the expanding role
landscapes play in providing social, cultural, ecological and economic benefits to society," said LACF President, Cecelia Paine, FCSLA.
THIS YEAR'S GRANTS:
pportunities in Misaligned Grids: Enhancing sustainability of
farmlands through designed agricultural patterns. Dr. Robert
C. Corry, University of Guelph, who is also an active farmer,
will evaluate southern Ontario landscape patterns, to
develop approaches to integrate perennial land cover
(woodlands, wetlands, grasslands, hay and pasture) into rural
umphrey Carver and the Suburban Landscapes of Postwar Canada.
The auto-dominated suburbs are once again sparking vigorous
public debate. Steven Logan, York University, will examine the
work of Humphrey Carver (1902-1993), who attempted to balance
a suburban aesthetic with the demands of the automobile.
(Gunter Schoch Bursary Grant, $4000)
Drainscapes: Linking Landscape Research in the Public Imagination.
Daniel Roehr, Matt Gibbs and Lindsey Fryett; UBC School of
Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and Greenskins Lab
will make a short film to communicate the role of Low Impact
Development (LID) in balancing man-made landscapes. ($4000)
Sprout is a community engagement and mentorship program
to connect experienced landscape architects and emerging
professionals with community groups involved in public space
development. Jon Woodside, Jeffrey Beaton, Victoria Bell,
Adrienne Hall, Robin Mosseri and Inna Olchovski ($1,000)
Winnipeg Architecture Foundation (WAM) and Manitoba
Association of Landscape Architects: Update to "Making a Place".
Monica Geisbrecht, Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram, MALA; Susan
M. L. Algie, WAM, will build on the excellent earlier history (1998).
Three Masters students at the University of Guelph were
awarded research grants. With current pressures on wilderness
ecological systems, Chad Neufeld will develop a case study and
questionnaire to examine the need for design and management
to maintain the very "nature" backcountry users are seeking:
Exploring Backcountry Wilderness Design through the User
Experience in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park. ($275) Mark Affum
will study the gardens of James Austen Floyd, 1950-1970, to
trace themes that demonstrate the emergence of modernist
style in Canadian landscape architecture. (Gunter Schoch Bursary,
$2000) Kathleen Corey will examine VIVA Vancouver's standalone Parklet Pilot Program, by comparing it to San Francisco's
Pavement to Parks and examining one of the first parklets built
under the Vancouver program, designed by PWL Partnership
For information contact Faye Langmaid, FCSLA, MCIP, LACF Annual Grants Program, firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: lacf.ca
64 LANDSCAPES PAYSAGES
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Landscapes - Fall 2014
To Begin With | Pour Commencer
Upfront | Prologue
Excellence 2014 | Les Prix D’excellence – Cru 2014
National Honour | Honneur National
National Merit | Mérite National
National Citation | Citation Nationale
The Regionals | Prix Régionaux
CSLA: 80 Years | Aapc : 80 Ans
LACF | FACP
Critique | Critique
Urban Design Awards
The Last Word | Le Mot De La Fin
LP+ Online | En Ligne
“Making a Landscape” … Excerpt
FP_LP+ | Architecture de Paysage du Canada
Lake Effect – Harbourfront Show
FR_LP+ | Profil du Jury
FR_LP+ | EN_LP+ | Hatley Castle Today
FR_LP+ | Poser Les Bonnes Questions
FR_LP+ | Prix de Design Urbain
FR_LP+ | Des emblèmes : Non Merci !
Landscapes - Fall 2014