Design Competition: Designing Father Garanzini’s Garden
A Design Workshop
with Landscape Architects & Designers
Saturday, February 21, 2015
12 pm – 3 pm
Crown Center Lobby & Auditorium
Interested in working with a landscape designer?
Want to see more wildlife on campus?
Enjoy edible plants?
Join us for a unique opportunity to learn what Loyola has done to create a sustainable, coastal landscape and then create a garden design that incorporates these practices.
You’ll get to merge aesthetics with function as you work alongside a landscape designer, who will guide you and a team of students through the design process.
Father Garanzini will judge the winning design, and each member of the winning team will receive a gift certificate to Lickity Split. Yum!
Important note: this workshop is an educational, design exercise. The winning design may or may not be installed. Following this event, all designs will be posted here.
The workshop is free and open to Loyola students, faculty, and staff only. Registration is required. The deadline to register is Thursday, February 19th at 4 pm. Go HERE to register.
We would like to thank our participating landscape architects and designers.
- Marcus de la Fleur, Dip, Hort, Kew, ASLA, PLA, owner of de la Fleur LLC
- Gary Lehman, principal and Founder of G Studio
- Brian Houck, Garden Insight & Horticulturist
- Carmen Vidal-Hallett, President of Eco VidalDesign
- Julia Plumb, Founding Principal of Green Plumb Garden Design
- Andrew Scott, Landscape Designer, SmithGroupJJR
- Chris Rink, Landscape Designer at Greenwise Organic
This is program is made possible through a generous grant from NOAA and the Illinois Coastal Management Program.