2021 Professional Awards
of the Potomac Chapter ASLA

Rendering courtesy of Mahan Rykiel Associates

This exhibition highlights award-winning works of landscape architecture from the 2021 Professional Awards of the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. The Texas Chapter ASLA served as the awards jury this year.

The range of projects encompasses residential, private and public practice, and a variety of project types that includes playgrounds, schools, plazas, community areas, historic landscapes, and more. These projects illustrate the range in scale and scope of the landscape architecture profession and highlights the high quality of work being produced by our members, both in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area and around the world.

We also highlight the Chapter’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award, presented to Sunny Scully Alsup, FASLA.

Discover Landscape Architecture

What is Landscape Architecture?
What Landscape Architects Do
Research and Conservation
Active Design

Explore the Awards

Analysis, Planning, and Urban Design Awards
STREET SOCIAL: Streets as Public Spaces @ The Yards
Smart City Vizag

Design Built Awards
1701 Rhode Island Avenue
Sycamore Hill Gateway Plaza
Murch Elementary School
National Native American Veterans Memorial

Design Unbuilt Awards
Bennett's Village Playground
Gude Landfill Passive Land Use Master Plan

Residential Design Awards
26 East
North Point River Garden

2021 Lifetime Achievement Award

Presented to Sunny Scully Alsup, FASLA

About Potomac Chapter ASLA

Potomac ASLA is the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). ASLA is the national professional association representing more than 15,000 landscape architects. The purpose of ASLA is to advance landscape architecture through advocacy, communication, education, and fellowship. Potomac Chapter ASLA was founded to advocate for and serve its nearly 400 members studying and practicing landscape architecture in the Greater Washington, DC region, including northern Virginia and suburban Maryland.

For more information about the Potomac Chapter ASLA, visit potomacasla.org.

Organized by the Potomac Chapter ASLA and hosted by AIA|DC exclusively online.

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