Once the Rosengarten home (1912–1990), Chanticleer opened to the public in 1993. Since then, it has evolved remarkably into a contemporary garden within a historic setting. Attendees will explore a newly designed accessible walkway, a stormwater management project involving daylighting a creek, and the built ruin garden.
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Attendees will get an inside look at Chanticleer’s relationship with landscape architects. 2. The session will demonstrate how we have incorporated stormwater management techniques that are gardenesque and functional. 3. The session will feature examples of craftsmanship in public garden setting. 4. Attendees will learn about gardener autonomy in the design process and how we conduct plant research.
Jonathan Alderson, ASLA; Teddy Pickering, Student ASLA; R. William Thomas, n/a; Mara Baird, ASLA; Przemek Walczak, n/a
American Society of Landscape Architects