Landscape Architects to Invade Chicago

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Aerial view of Chicagos Millennium Park (Courtesy The Art Institute of Chicago)

Aerial view of Chicago's Millennium Park (Courtesy The Art Institute of Chicago)

In spite of the down economy, on Wednesday, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) released an official statement that cited an increased number of registrants for this year’s Landscape Architecture Meeting and Expo in Chicago.

This year’s meetings, set to take place on September 18-21 in one of the nation’s most sustainable cities and the world leader in green roof design, will focus on the theme “Beyond Sustainability: Regenerating Places and People.” The event is expected to become the largest gathering of landscape architecture professionals in the Society’s 110-year history, reaching approximately 7,000 attendees.

With this year’s AIA 2009 National Convention and Expo in San Francisco falling behind in attendance, we are left to wonder what is it about Chicago that attracts so many landscape architects?

To find out, register, and view the complete schedule, visit the ASLA’s website.

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