Jason T. Radice
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  • Annapolis, MD
  • United States

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What's wrong with this picture? Part Deux

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Garulay, RLA Sep 23, 2013. 17 Replies

What's wrong with this picture?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason T. Radice Sep 10, 2013. 15 Replies

 

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Rob Halpern replied to Jason T. Radice's discussion 'Gehry chosen for Eisenhower Memorial in DC'
"And the…"
Aug 3
Jason T. Radice replied to Rory Knutsen's discussion 'Tree Irrigation'
"The bags that go around the tree trunk really tend to attract bugs of all types. And if not positioned properly, they can water too fast to the point of runoff (they are supposed to take hours). The other thing I don't care for is that they…"
Jul 8
Jason T. Radice replied to Leslie B Wagle's discussion 'Graphic depictions of rising sea effects on coastal cities'
"It will look like that, not because of sea level rise, but because the ground is sinking. They working to stabilize a bulkhead wall that has sunk over the years in the tidal basin. Remember, much of DC is built on a filled in swamp."
May 29
Jason T. Radice replied to David Larouche's discussion 'Landscape Textures for Gaphic Rendering'
"I make a great deal of my own textures in a combination of photoshop and CAD. Say I need a slab or "architectural paver" made by companies like Hanover or Wausau. They really don't have good textures, so I draw the grid that I need in…"
May 27
Jason T. Radice replied to jennifer Bloch's discussion 'Tree Stakes'
"Most trees don't need staking at all if planted properly. Most of the time it isn't done right anyway, and just ends up hurting the tree."
Apr 24
Jason T. Radice replied to Roland Beinert's discussion 'Intelligent LEED-bashing'
"Totally agree, but the lumber and chemical companies have a point as well. There may be perfectly acceptable uses for their products, which may be greener than something else, but they are stigmatized because of generalizations about the…"
Apr 5
Jason T. Radice replied to MMT's discussion 'What steps should I take?'
"There are vast differences in Landscape Architecture and landscape design. A Landscape Architect can be a landscape designer, but a landscape designer cannot be a Landscape Architect. Many of us who are LAs really don't have a great deal to do…"
Mar 30
Jason T. Radice replied to Alan Ray, RLA's discussion 'Ohio nixes LEED'
"There is also the issue that a great many LEED buildings do not perform any better, and in some cases, WORSE than their non-LEED counterparts. Worse even than older buildings. The design of many LEED buildings is far from the most energy efficient…"
Mar 19

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I am a...
Job Seeker, Landscape Architect, Project Manager
University
BLA- SUNY ESF
Current Employment:
Available
Website:
http://www.jtrla.com
Personal Website:
http://www.jasonradice.com
Favorite Designers
Olin, Thomas Balsley, Walter Hood

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Container Trees Redux

Posted on August 6, 2013 at 12:30pm 2 Comments

For those of you who remember my previous post showing a parking lot full of containerized shade trees, this is an update to some of the questions that were asked. I finally ran out of my gourmet Italian grated cheese stock and made my way to the particular grocery store…

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At 11:58am on July 13, 2011, Michael White said…
I study in Sydney, Australia, so I'm obviously more familiar with work being done locally. I'm interested in examples from all over though, there's always something to be learned.
At 6:16pm on June 18, 2011, Miles Barnard said…
Jason. Dude. Are you as angry in real life as your profile pic portrays?
At 2:38am on March 31, 2011, henry cohen said…
Jason, I'm going to keep your specialty in mind. It's always good to have resources.
At 7:06am on December 15, 2010, Tanya Olson said…

I sent one in too just recently - I put so much work into an article for Contour  (I think you were a contributor too?) - that I want to get it published if I can. If not....there's always the blogosphere....

 

Too bad they had to dumb your article down. One would assume that landscape architects are reading at a higher level than 8th grade, though some of the "professional" writing I've read is just a disaster, so maybe not. I thought it was really timely and connects to what a lot of LAs are talking / worrying / wondering about. It would be great to see some of the hot button issues we are seeing here reflected in LAM - not that we should all be talking about the same thing, but it seems like we are talking some things absolutely to death that they don't mention at all. So here's to hoping for your continuing contributions to LAM - AND getting paid for them!

At 2:14pm on December 14, 2010, Tanya Olson said…

Hey Jason - congrats on the LAM article. I really liked your 'tone' - entertaining but with some heft behind the words. Great job! Tanya

 
 
 

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