ASLA Medals

The American Society of Landscape Architects awards its highest honor, the ASLA Medal, to individuals who have made a significant contribution to the field of landscape architecture in such areas as landscape design, planning, writing, and public service. The ASLA Design Medal recognizes landscape architects who have produced a body of exceptional design work at a sustained level for at least 10 years. www.asla.org

ASLA Medal

Year Architect
1971 Hideo Sasaki
1972 Conrad L. Wirth
1973 John C. Simonds
1974 Campbell E. Miller
1975 Garrett Eckbo
1976 Thomas Church
1977 Hubert B. Owens
1978 Lawrence Halprin
1979 Norman T. Newton
1980 William G. Swain
1981 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe (UK)
1982 Charles W. Eliot II
1983 Theodore Osmundson
1984 Ian McHarg
1985 Roberto Burle Marx (Brazil)
1986 William J. Johnson
1987 Philip H. Lewis Jr.
1988 Dame Sylvia Crowe (UK)
1989 Robert N. Royston
1990 Raymond L. Freeman
1991 Meade Palmer
1992 Robert S. (Doc) Reich
1993 Arthur E. Bye Jr.
1994 Edward D. Stone Jr.
1995 Ervin H. Zube
1996 John Lyle
1997 Julius Fabos
1998 Carol R. Johnson
1999 Stuart C. Dawson
2000 Carl D. Johnson
2001 Robert E. Marvin
2002 Morgan (Bill) Evans
2003 Richard Haag
2004 Peter Walker
2005 Jane Silverstein Ries
2006 Cameron R.J. Man
2007 William B. Callaway
2008 Joseph A. Porter
2009 Joseph E. Brown
2010 Edward L. Daugherty
2011 Laurie D. Olin
2012 Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
2013 Warren T. Byrd, Jr.
2014 Richard Bell

ASLA Design Medal

Year Architect
2003 Lawrence Halprin
2004 M. Paul Friedberg
2005 Laurie D. Olin
2006 Steve Martino
2007 Richard Haag
2008 Kathryn Gustafson
2009 Richard W. Shaw
2010 James van Sweden
2011 Michael Van Valkenburgh
2012 Peter Walker
2013 Stuart O. Dawson
2014 Andrea Cochran

Source: American Society of Landscape Architects