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Bloedel Reserve Looks Ahead to Next 25 Years with New Master Plan
Oregon State University Celebrates Opening of Native American Longhouse Designed by Jones & Jones
“Greenway Gets Interpretive Kiosks“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, December 13, 2011.
“8th China International Garden Expo in Chongqing Showcases Seattle Garden Designed by Ilze Jones“ Seattle Chinese Garden Blog, November 20, 2011.
Grant Jones, Principal Emeritus of Jones & Jones, gives a stirring kick off to Jones & Jones’s Gateway Plan to Moccasin Bend and Stringer’s Ridge Park in Chattanooga, inviting Chattanoogans to envision their whole City as a 21st century park and ultimately leading the world in giving standing to nature. Watch the video
“Moccasin Bend Gateway Plan Gets Wows From Chattanoogans,“ timesfreepress.com, November 15, 2011.
“Groundbreaking Ceremony for $40M Hanford interpretive site,“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, October 5, 2011.
See our new Gorilla Rainforest Habitat Exhibit at Dublin Zoo irishtimes.com, September 28, 2011.
“UO selects Seattle Architect for distinguished visiting architecture professorship“ Johnpaul Jones of Jones & Jones to lecture and teach at University of Oregon this fall. August 12, 2011.
“New NW Native Cultural Center lands a site at Seattle Center“ Crosscut, June 21, 2011.
“Home for a Millennial Culture“ Native Places, Summer, 2011.
A Circle of Life Worldwide Welcome celebration MAY 21-22, 2011 will mark the opening of this exciting cultural center and museum that will bring Southern Ute history to life. Southern Ute culture and tradition is personified with integrity through a modern, yet timeless design by Jones & Jones. The museum will be an important tribal enterprise and tourist attraction, and a focus for cultural preservation, education and community activities for all ages. See more at www.succm.org
Jones & Jones President, Ilze Jones AIA, FASLA was a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects 2011 Professional Awards jury. Each year, the ASLA Professional Awards honor the best in landscape architecture from around the globe, while the ASLA Student Awards give us a glimpse into the future of the profession. The prestige of the ASLA awards program relies in large part on the high-caliber juries that are convened each year to review submissions.
Jones & Jones founder and Partner Grant Jones was the keynoter for the 2011 conference of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington chapter on the topic, Who Are We? Thoughts on Leadership, the Next 150 Years. “Landscape Architecture” was this country’s invention and it served this land well. Great contributions to our country’s landscape were made by our ranks during critical periods, shaping our unique cities and national and regional parks connected to these cities. Are landscape architects contributing this leadership now? The future holds huge opportunities.
“Lakeshore Renewed: Canoes Return to Seattle's Lake Union,“ Legacy Magazine, September 23, 2010.
“Would World Cup games or art make you hang out in and alley?,“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, June 29, 2010.
“Johnpaul Jones speaks at University of Oregon Commencement,“ University of Oregon, June 14, 2010.
“Interview with Grant Jones, FASLA,“ Environment and Landscape Architecture of Korea, May 2010.
“Okanogan Valley Land Council Meets at Jones & Jones,“ OVLC News, April 2010.
“3 Jones & Jones Projects Win Landscape Architecture Awards,“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, March 31, 2010.
“Prodigal Dogs: Have gray wolves found a home in Colorado?,“ High Country News, February 15, 2010.
“Seaside's History Park: "may not be complete for a lifetime",“ Seaside Signal, February 4, 2010.
“History is a natural in Seaside,“ The Daily Astorian, February 1, 2010.
“Remembering the Future,“ the Stranger, December 3, 2009.
“13 projects win 2009 awards from AIA,“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, November 12, 2009.
“Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center,“ GreenSource, November 2009.
“Jones and Jones“ Attractions Management, Vol 14 Q4 2009.
“Vancouver Land Bridge reconnects a river to a people, a past,“ Seattle Times: Pacific Northwest, October 18, 2009.
“Hat 'n' Boots: Together Again ,“ Seattle Parks and Recreation, October 14, 2009.
“Reclaiming Pioneer Square Alleyways for Community Gatherings,“ Northwest HUB, October 7, 2009.
“Book Hailed as 21st Century Sequel to A Sand County Almanac,“ Press Release, July 10, 2009.
“Modern Building Blocks for Ancient Ways: A Four-World View,“ First Alaskans Magazine, June/July 2009.
“Project of the Month: Reaching out to the slough,“ Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, June 17 2009.
“Prairie Crossing: In Washington state, a highway overpass becomes an experience.“ Landscape Architecture, February 2009.
“It's Your City: Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center (video),“ Bellevue TV, January 2009.
“Zoo turns bog into savannah,“ Irish Independent, April 10 2009.
“The Road Less Traveled - Creating America's Wildlife Highway,“ AIA Seattle Forum, Winter 2008/2009.
“Designing America's Wildlife Highway: Montana's U.S. Highway 93“, The Western Planner, December 2008.
“Heritage tourism focus of workshop,“ Ravalli Republic, March 16, 2009.
“Prairie Crossing: In Washington State, a highway overpass becomes an experience,“ Landscape Architecture Magazine, February, 2009.
“Workshop to Explore Heritage Tourism in Bitterroot Valley, Montana,“ Ravalli Republic, March 4, 2009.
“On Architecture: Mercer Slough center treads lightly on the Bellevue Landscape,“ Seattle PI, January 26, 2009.
“Johnpaul Jones, FAIA, is honored in article as a "Face of the AIA" “, December 5, 2008.
“Jones & Jones models on display at Modelspace, an exhibit of the Seattle Architecture Foundation,“, November 3 - December 7, 2008.
“Mercer Slough’s new education center unveiled,“ Seattle Times, 10 October 2008.
“Grand opening Saturday for Mercer Slough center,“ Daily Journal of Commerce, 10 October 2008.
“Northwest Native Canoe Center enters final phase in Lake Union Park,“ Daily Journal of Commerce, 1 October 2008.
“Southern Ute museum connects with the land,“ Daily Journal of Commerce, 26 August 2008.
“Cultural groundbreaking: Southern Ute to begin building center, museum,“ The Durango Herald, 22 August 2008.
“Light on the land,” Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center. Daily Journal of Commerce, 17 March 2008.
“Chief Seattle Club's new home will be topped with market-rate loft apartments,” Daily Journal of Commerce, 19 November 2007.
“Walkway Through History: Land bridge links admirers,” The Columbian, 17 November 2007.
“Mercer Slough education center gets $13M rebuild,” Daily Journal of Commerce, 15 November 2007.
“Unique bridge nears completion,” Daily Journal of Commerce, 5 November 2007.
“Snoqualmie Point Park completed,” Daily Journal of Commerce, 26 October 2007.
“Sleeping Lady Eco-Retreat,” Treehugger, 26 November 2004.
“Architect helped create a place for Indians to share their stories,” The Seattle Times, 21 September 2004.
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