ST. LOUIS – April 7, 2022 – Four LJC projects were recently named award winners at the 2021-2022 St. Louis Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) awards event. STL ASLA has celebrated the landscape industry by singling out outstanding projects. The four LJC-designed projects that earned recognition are:
- Oak Brook Reserve Master Plan (HONOR): Oak Brook Reserve, McDonald’s former 80-acre suburban corporate headquarters site, is located in the Village of Oak Brook– a western suburb of Chicago. The Village determined that to create a responsive and relevant asset, they would need to rebrand, stabilize, and enhance the campus to generate interest for a new tenant.
- Wildhorse Village Master Plan (HONOR): Wildhorse Village is a new 80-acre development located in Chesterfield, Missouri. At the heart of the plan is a scenic lake, providing an inclusive and inviting landscape experience. It will connect a community of users through recreation and wellness, work and living, entertainment, resilience, and ecological restoration.
- University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy Master Plan (MERIT): Since its’ founding in 1864, this school has been educating future pharmacy innovators and practitioners who impact health care locally, nationally, and globally. Today, the College is undergoing a major campus transformation and has engaged our team to re-envision the public realm for its 8-acre campus.
- Drone By Design (MERIT): The usage of small drones has rapidly become a mainstream technology in hobbyist and professional circles. This tool presents an opportunity for designers and clients to understand their physical environment better and develop more informed design solutions.
Winners were announced in person on Saturday, April 2, 2022, at the Engineer’s Club of St. Louis.
LJC is the full-service design and architecture arm of Clayco and is committed to enhancing the quality of the human experience and to improving how design and architecture can impact each individual’s emotional being. By harnessing the power of integrated design—including architecture, workplace strategy, interior design, landscape architecture, urban planning and engineering—the company achieves its clients’ goals and aspirations. For more information, visit www.theljc.com.