The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects College of Fellows will welcome seven new members during the virtual CSLA-OALA Congress in May, in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession.
The seven new members are:
Jeffrey Elis Cutler, BCSLA, AALA, OALA, CSLA
Jeff is a landscape architect, urban designer and the founding principal of space2place. He has dedicated the past 25 years to furthering the field of landscape architecture in Canada through his leadership of complex design and planning projects. He is a strong advocate of integrating ecology, ethnography, engineering and public consultation into the design and transformation of public places.
Paul Nodwell, BLA, OALA, CSLA
Paul is a project principal and senior landscape architect with Schollen & Company Inc. in Toronto. He is devoted to the prospect of landscape as metaphor, creating tangible narratives that animate the public realm. He is an advocate for the planning and design of open spaces that are deliberate rather than residual.
Colette Parsons, BCSLA, CSLA, CIP, PIBC
Colette is an urban design planner at the District of West Vancouver. She brings 35 years of urban design, community planning, and landscape architecture experience from three countries (United States, United Kingdom, and Canada), and five cities (Seattle, San Diego, San Francisco, London and Vancouver) to her current work.
Brent Raymond, OALA, CSLA, ASLA, MCIP, RPP
Brent began his professional career with Wallace Roberts and Todd (WRT) in San Francisco, joined DTAH as a senior landscape architect in 2006, and became a partner in 2012.
James Anthony Roche, OALA, BCSLA, APALA, CSLA
James is an award-winning landscape architect with over 20 years of experience across Canada and the USA. He joined DTAH in 2015 as a partner. His expertise encompasses all aspects of public landscape architecture including the design of urban parks, plazas, waterfronts, campus master plans, streetscapes and green infrastructure.
Bernard St-Denis, AAPQ, CSLA
He worked for the City of Montreal for 10 years as a landscape architect and section head, and was head of his own firm for four years. He was successively lecturer, practical trainer, visiting professor and professor at the School of Landscape Architecture of the University of Montreal for almost 30 years.
Gerhard Weiland, APALA, CSLA
Gerhard began his professional studies in landscape design at Fanshawe College (1986) followed by a Bachelor of Design (environmental planning) from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (1993) and MSc degree (planning and landscape architecture) from the University of Guelph (1996). He has served as president of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Landscape Architects and on the CSLA board of directors.
Induction to the College of Fellows is the highest honour the CSLA bestows on its members. A jury of six Fellows, representing regions across Canada, selected the new Fellows based on extensive submissions documenting each candidate’s contributions to the profession.
Since the inception of the CSLA’s College of Fellows in 1964, 253 members have been given the prestigious designation “FCSLA”.