Projets spéciaux

LACF Seeded Publications 

LACF is proud to have provided seed-money through the Annual Grants Program or Special project funding for a growing number of important published works relating to the field of landscape architecture and it’s history in Canada. Examples include but are not limited to:

 

 Ron Williams, Landscape Architecture in Canada,  2014

See Archives no. 62  

 

Landscape Architecture in Canada, Conversations Book tour, 2014 

LACF AND CSLA joined forces to promote Ron Williams book Landscape Architecture in Canada by supporting a cross-Canada speaking tour entitled CONVERSATIONS. The tour provided a unique opportunity to create public awareness about the role landscape architects have played in shaping the Canada we live in today.  The successful tour provided visibility for LACF, CSLA and CSLA component associations as important institutions that support the profession and the landscapes that we are charged with stewarding.

 

James R. Taylor, Handbook of Professional Practice in Canada, 2010 

The Handbook of Professional Practice in Canada by James R. Taylor, FCSLA, FASLA, Professor Emeritus, University of Guelph received LACF funding in 2006.  The second edition of the book was published in 2010.

This informative book is a must for: 

  • Students in landscape architecture
  • Candidates for the LARE
  • Landscape architects in practice.

Thanks to the generosity of James Taylor, all profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation. You can order a copy of this book here: Handbook order form.pdf 

See archives #52

 

Lynda M. LeGeyt, Changing the Face of Canada, Profiles of Landscape Architects

This Oral history project chronicles 25 in-depth interviews of prominent Landscape Architects across Canada in two volumes.  Lynda M. LeGeyt received Annual Grant Funding between 1993 and 1997 to complete this collection about the pioneers of the profession in Canada. ISBN O-9694242-2-1 and 0-9694242-1-3

See archives #5, #6, #15