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Dean Cardasis, FASLA
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Honors and Design Awards

Published Projects

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Funded Research

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Sunderland Veterans Memorial National Design Competition, First Place.
(2005-2006; constructed and dedicated 2007) a national, juried, open design competition with entries from around the United States.

Distinguished Alumni Award
for creative landscape design, teaching and service. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (2004)

The Intimate Expanse,
juried national exhibition of landscape architecture featuring five built works. University Gallery. (2003)

American Society of Landscape Architects Election as Fellow
for sustained exceptional work designing, preserving and writing about the American garden. Elected in the category of creative works of landscape architecture. (2000)

American Society of Landscape Architects’ “Classic Award”
for the “James Rose House and Garden/Study Center,” originally designed by James Rose, rehabilitated as a public landscape research and study center by Dean Cardasis. (1999)

American Society of Landscape Architects’ “Centennial Medallion”
for the “James Rose House and Garden/ Study Center,” originally designed by James Rose, rehabilitated and administered by Dean Cardasis. (1999)

Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ “Merit Award”
for design of “Bartlett Sculpture Court,” designed by Dean Cardasis and built by Dean Cardasis and Associates. (1998)

Designed Landscape Forum,
juried international exhibition of landscape architecture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art featuring two built works (1998)

American Institute of Architects’ New York Chapter “Design Award”
for “Garden Bridge in a James Rose Garden,” designed by Christopher Scholz and Ines Elskop; garden design integration by Dean Cardasis. (1997)

Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ “Merit Award”
for design of “A Strolling Garden,” designed by Dean Cardasis and built by Dean Cardasis, Michael Davidsohn and Associates. (1997)

Bergen County Executive and Board of Freeholders "Certificate of Commendation"
for "exemplary contribution to historic preservation in the county of Bergen [New Jersey] for physical preservation of several historic New Jersey landscapes. (1996)

Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ "Merit Award"
for design of "Durfee Gardens," planned and designed by Dean Cardasis. (1996)

American Society of Landscape Architects’ "Honor Award"
for design of "Durfee Gardens," planned and designed by Dean Cardasis (The only "honor award" and highest national landscape design award for 1995.)

Landscape Architecture Magazine’s "Honorable Mention,"
in a national competition for residential landscape design, for a design of "A Plastic Garden" designed by Dean Cardasis and built by Dean Cardasis and Associates. (1995)

University of Massachusetts, College of Food and Natural Resources Special Award for Excellence in Design,
for "Durfee Gardens," planned and designed by Dean Cardasis. (1995)

Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s "Urban Landscape Award"
for "Durfee Gardens," planned and designed by Dean Cardasis. (1994)

Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ "Merit Award"
for design of " A Plastic Garden," designed by Dean Cardasis and built by Dean Cardasis and Associates. (1993)

Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ "Honor Award,"
for " A Kettle Hole Garden," designed by Dean Cardasis and built by Dean Cardasis and Associates. (1991)

*Two major American Society of Landscape Architects President’s Awards of Excellence were received for communications projects to which I made minor contributions since 1995. In 2000, Spacemaker Press (Peter Walker and James Trulove) received one for its "Landmarks" series to which I contributed an article. In 1995 Charles Birnbaum of the National Park Service received one for his "Historic Landscape Initiative" to which I also contributed an article.

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