In this issue we think of the achievements of the past and prospects for future growth in landscape architecture. When these achievements are presented at competitions, they enter that unusual space where expressions of the close relationships developed with clients are subjected to the most intense professional scrutiny. As Jon Bryan Burley counsels us, although not all can win a competition award, we have the potential to learn and grow in the process of trying.
In this issue we salute Bernard Lassus for the award of the 2009 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Medal. We also acknowledge the passing away of Nava Polman - Gerson, a friend and a staunch participant in IFLA business and meetings.
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