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A Group dedicated to the sharing of ideas, strategies, opportunities to find and secure work in any/every sector from Commercial to Public Projects...How is it done?

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Contacting local designers 2 Replies

Hi guys, I just had a quick question, it is as follows:We moved back to my wife's home town last year after 8 years abroad. in the little over a year since we have been back i have been stay at home…Continue

Started by Ryland Fox. Last reply by Tosh K Nov 17, 2014.

RFP Resources? 4 Replies

I want to compile a list of RFP websites, resources that we can all benefit from here on Land 8 Lounge... Please list all of your great finding resources for finding and being alerted of RFP'S....  Continue

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Lori Molitor Jan 10, 2011.

Favorite Project type and Why?

What would your favorite project scope be and why? What are you doing to find and work on that type of work???

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Started by Brandon Reed Dec 7, 2010.

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Comment by Bruno Marques on August 28, 2012 at 11:39am

7th European Biennial of Landscape - Sept 27-29 2012 / Barcelona, Spain

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http://land8.com/events/7th-european-biennial-of-landscape-rosa-bar...

Comment by Elif Tekeli Bonelli on January 8, 2012 at 1:04pm

Dear colleagues,

Does anyone have any suggestions on innovative ways of promoting the projects you're working on?
Apart from media and personal websites is there for example other sites which allow to reach wider audience?

Thank you.

Elif Bonelli

Comment by Bruno Marques on October 13, 2011 at 1:23pm

Need more reasons to attend the event?

Now you have the perfect one!

 

 

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Comment by Walter Bone on August 25, 2011 at 1:41am

Thanks Brandon, long time no see.  Here in China, I am the Senior Landscape Design Manager at the Venetian in Macau, China.  Our resort has 4-30 story hotel towers, 8 pool decks, 3 large interior gardens to rival Vegas and the forecourt or arrival zone will be heavily planted in 4 distinct tropical themes.

 

My work is ending soon and will be assuming the role as Design Director of a design firm in Shenzhen, China, across the border from Macau and Hong Kong.

Comment by Brandon Reed on June 1, 2011 at 12:14pm

Whats everyone working on these days that they would like to share with the group?

We would love to hear and see what great things you are creating...

Come on in and please share with everyone...

Comment by Jun on January 5, 2011 at 1:45am
Thanks for the invite Brandon!
Comment by Deborah Christman on December 7, 2010 at 7:44pm
I am big into spaces for children. I have worked with children for many years and love to find ways to help them explore, develop, and get a little closer to nature. They are our natural scientists. However, I am also studying storm water mitigation and its connections to green streets. Am working to find ways to combine the two interests.

Steps to realization: Designs for clients always include considerations of the watershed, and if there are children-their needs. I read EPA documents and guidelines, treatises, and landscape architecture books and journals. Of course field trips to exemplar sites, interactions with city officials... I find it all engaging study.
Comment by Brett Hatfield on December 7, 2010 at 6:09pm
I am a design company that builds. I am extremely passionate about what I do.
My design style is definately contemporary, but will design more natural projects if required. We lean toward the more high end projects that require pool, structures and landscaping. Look forward to networking and learning more.
Brett Hatfield
Comment by Chantal De Menezes on December 7, 2010 at 5:37pm
My favorite projects are residential, with bigger budget. Contemporary style in the design and including the design of the pool and light.
Comment by Amy Verel on December 7, 2010 at 5:34pm
Great idea for a group! I'm not in much of a position to offer advice but am eager to hear a discussion of this. I can say that since I'm also a planner in addition to an la (and have several times been the only planner on the office design team), I've always made a point to check my planning resources (web and old fashioned networking) for RFPs related to streetscapes and other public realm work that ties in with planning (and that I'm most interested in working on).

Added bonus - even if you don't win the job, discovering viable RFPs that the boss/marketing people missed is a great way to add value to your firm and keep an eye on the professional trends in your area.
 

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