This website presents examples of landscape architecture in BC which include parks, public gardens, urban design, as well as commercial and multi-family developments.
Featured projects for the fall of 2020 showcase collaborations between landscape architects, engineers, architects, planners and other design professionals. These include civic green infrastructure and transportation projects, a new publicly accessible walkway on the Squamish waterfront and the reimagining of a key garden space of UBC's Point Grey Campus.
The criteria for project submissions from BCSLA members are as follows:
1. A completed project which describes the contribution of landscape architecture to site design and development in different contexts. This covers a wide range of land-use and project goals.
2. Social and cultural spaces the public may know well. The intent is to provide a glimpse of history, and describe how landscape architects have contributed to their development.