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Representative List of Lawrence Halprin Landscape Architecture
Seattle World’s Fairground Design Commission (with Minoru Yamasaki, Paul Thiry, Perry Johansen and others) to advise on site selection and overall development (1957).
Washington Water Power Corporate Headquarters, Spokane (1959). Brooks & Walker, architects.
Navajo Nation Master Development Program, Window Rock, Arizona (1960). John Carl Warnecke & Associates, architects, Livingston & Blayney, planners.
U. S. Science Center (later Pacific Science Center) gardens design (1961). Minoru Yamasaki, architect, Charles Eames, exhibit designer.
St. Francis Square, San Francisco (1963). Master plan and landscape design. Award-winning 300-unit apartment complex. Marquis & Stoller, architects.
Portland Open-Space Sequence, including Auditorium Forecourt Fountain (now the Ira Keller Fountain), Pettygrove Park, Lovejoy Plaza and the Portland Transit Mall (1965-1973).
Smithsonian Institution Fifth Biennial
HUD Award, Project Design 1972, American Association of Nurserymen CommericalLandscaping Award 1972, Smithsonian Institution Design Review, Industrial Design Award of Excellence 1968, and AIA Award of Honor 1978.
Nicollet Avenue Mall, Minneapolis (1967). Pioneering redesign of downtown street into pedestrian and transit mall.
Gardens for University of California, Santa Cruz (1967-70). Landscape plan for three interrelated colleges campuses in Santa Cruz Mountains. AIA Honor Award, 1968. Fourth Biennial HUD Award 1970. P/A Design
Award, Education, 1964.
Ida Crown Plaza, Israel National Museum, Jerusalem (1967).
Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco (1968). Master plan and landscape design. Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons,
architects. AID Award of Merit 1966, Governor’s Design Award of Exceptional Distinction, State of California 1966.
Embarcadero Plaza and Fountain (now M. Justin Herman Plaza), San Francisco (1972). With Mario Ciampi & Associates, and John Bolles & Associates, architects. HUD Design Award 1974.
Freeway Park, Seattle (1970-76). Design and Environment magazine Award of Excellence, 1976. Association of Landscape Contractors of America, First Place Award, 1976. American Society of Landscape Architects, Merit Award, 1977.
Lake Merritt Channel Park, Oakland (1972).
Walter and Elise Haas Promenade, Jerusalem (1986).
Bunker Hill Steps, Los Angeles (1987).
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington D. C. (1997).
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