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 this summer showcase a range of park planning projects from across the province. As examples of best practices they include heritage preservation and creative reuse of existing infrastructure, as well as current practices in stormwater management and planting strategies. Large parks are ideal places to spend time while COVID-19 continues to affect our lives, and we hope you find the time to spend time in parks large and small over the coming months.
The criteria for project submissions from BCSLA members is 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.