Accolades and Finales (and the Winter LightWalk)
Leni Schwendinger Light Projects’ recent projects win American Society of Landscape Architects awards.
In the General Design Category HtO Park in Toronto was Honored
“The landscape architect has helped Toronto reclaim its lakefront with strong, bold graphic moves. Summer is precious there and this project makes the most of it. It works just as well in the winter, it’s completely flexible.” — 2009 Professional Awards Jury The park is also iconic at night time due to its dramatic and colourful lighting scheme, which also ensures greater safety.
In the Analysis and Planning Category Trinity River Corridor Design Guidelines, Dallas, TX was graced with an Honor Award
“Beautiful forms and light handed. It held our attention. The diagrams convey the various layers of intervention and passive ecological processes. We really hope this is implemented.” — 2009 Professional Awards Jury
Finale; Bryant Park Pond closing with Winter LightWalk
These were the final few days to visit New York City’s premier center city park in its festive decor – including our Jewel-Light Luminaire™ display on four towers surrounding the skating rink. Bryant Park was also the location of my January 12 Winter LightWalk. e-Oculus covered the event and Contract Magazine was inspired to publish an interview. And Night City, a LightWalk movie sets the night in motion.
Light Walk: sixty light afficiandos showed up on a cold, crisp evening. (Photos above right and left and below center and right; Robert Nadel)
The park is "moonlit" by floodlights from a neighboring building. The streetwall perspectives are sensational.
Features such as the Grill, fountain and light-edged trees enchant.
Carousel Photographs Robert Nadel
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