Author Archives: Landscape Architect Jake

About Landscape Architect Jake

I'm passionate about all aspects of landscape architecture.

City Creek Center SLC

    The SLC – City Creek Center is starting to come alive and have some finished phases. To see the rest of the blog posting please go to its new home at… http://www.livinglandscapearchitecture.org/ For those who are following my … Continue reading

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Haines Wharf Park, Edmonds Washington (Seattle area)

This post is being moved to it’s new home http://www.LivingLandscapeArchitecture.org http://www.livinglandscapearchitecture.org/2011/01/haines-wharf-park-edmonds-washington.html The new website better represents the purpose of the blog to serve as a online landscape learning journal, discover and share great projects, educate citizens and clients, and improve … Continue reading

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Hickman Park, Edmonds Washington

This blog post has moved to it’s new home… http://www.LivingLandscapeArchitecture.org Here is the link to Hickman Park… http://www.livinglandscapearchitecture.org/2011/01/hickman-park-edmonds-washington.html http://www.LivingLandscapeArchitecture.org better represents the core values of the website which are: discovery, educational, landscapes as works of art and community improvement.

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Natural Stream Bank Stabilization

Using boulders, riparian plants (willows, cottonwoods and etc), logs and mulch Big Cottonwood River was stabilized in Holiday, Utah.  Logs were wrapped with bent rebar driven into the ground.  These photos were in taken (2010), approximately two years after installation.  … Continue reading

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Eddie George talking about landscape architecture

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Green Roof: Elevation 314

Green Roof: Elevation 314. Recently I watched the video clip called Green Roof: Elevation 314.  Its a fantastic short video in how Architect Russel Katz and Landscape Architect Amy Arnold turned the plaza of the apartment building into an oasis … Continue reading

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