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AutoCAD/Sketchup - Quick software calculation of DDA compliant levels

Hi, Someone MUST have created a software or addon that quickly calculates DDA compliant levels. I use a combination of AutoCAD and Sketchup…

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Usage of Native Plant Material in Landscape Architecture

Can anyone out there recommend sites that would have somewhat scholarly papers on the use of native plants. I am looking for advocates of t…

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Plant Communities

Does anyone know of books that list plant communities?

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Land8 contact, urgent!

Dear Sirs, Unfortunately I can not find a contact or impressum noted on the site, so I am writing here... Could you please direct me to a c…

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Coexisting with deer?

I took this photo in the front yard of a client’s home on the Long Island south shore. This deer was browsing on all the ornamental plants…

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Leading country in landscape

Hi guys, I would like to know the best top 5 countries in landscape architecture.

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ADA Access on grass pavers

Does anyone know if the turfstone, grasscrete, etc. type pavers are considered ADA compliant? The use is for a public park.

Started by Bryan Quinn in DETAILS & MATERIALS

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What do you recommend for a bike path treatment in a floodplain?

Does anyone have information on bike path treatment within a floodplain? The client is interested in using the permeable interlocking grid…

Started by CassieNichols in SUSTAINABILITY & DESIGN

4 Jul 20
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Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?

I have a client who wants pavers for their driveway and patio and they want them to be cool on the feet. They have used Kool Deck coating b…

Started by Eric Galvin in DETAILS & MATERIALS

4 Jul 16
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Grasspave Driveway

A client wants to use a grasspave product in her new 2,500 s.f. driveway/parking area. It's a Mid-Atlantic residence occupied by two people…

Started by Cheryl Corson in DETAILS & MATERIALS

0 Jul 16

What should Landscape Architects in the UK, call themselves before they achieve chartership status?

What should landscape architects call themselves at each stage of their career? After achieving their degree? After achieving their post-gr…

Started by Landscape Architect in PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

0 Jul 14

Online portfolio

All, Recommendations on a online portfolio platform / website host and places recommended to stay away from? Sites being considered are beh…

Started by Howard Snyder in STORY BOARD

2 Jul 13
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How much to charge for freelance residential landscape design services?

Hello all, I work for a landscape architecture firm in the bay area but I feel that I'm not getting enough opportunity to be more creative…


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