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Richard William Shaw

Principal and Partner

Design Workshop Inc

HQ Phone:  (303) 623-5186

Direct Phone: (970) ***-**** ext. ****direct phone

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Design Workshop Inc

1390 Lawrence Street Suite 200

Denver, Colorado,80204

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1969, Design Workshop is an international landscape architecture, land planning, urban design and strategic services firm with six offices in the U.S. and work spanning the globe. The firm has been recognized with over 200 prestigious awards for its...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal, Design Workshop

islapalenque.com


Affiliations

American Society of Landscape Architects

Fellow


Urban Land Institute

Full Member


Landscape Architecture Foundation

Board Member


American Institute of Certified Planners

Board Member


Dumbarton Oaks

Fellow


Education

Utah State University


Retail Development and Recreation Development councils

Urban Land Institute


MLA

Graduate School Design at Harvard


Master's Degree

Landscape Architecture

Harvard University Graduate School of Design


Web References(51 Total References)


2009 Symposium - St. Louis Earth Day

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Richard Shaw, FASLA, Principal and Partner, Design Workshop, Inc., Aspen, CO


May 2010 - Your Travel Choice

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"The idea behind the master plan has always been to retain natural resources while accommodating low-density development; synthesizing aspects of sustainability, conservation, and ecotourism for a result that will really create unprecedented character" - Richard Shaw, FASLA, a Principal and Partner at Design Workshop


Design Workshop - Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Land Planning, Tourism Planning

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Richard Shaw, a partner with Design Workshop, who led the effort for publishing the book will be at the event to sign copies of the book and discuss in detail the design philosophy behind the gardens profiled.
About Richard Shaw Richard Shaw, FASLA, AICP, a principal and partner with Design Workshop, has devoted his career to tourism development, resort design, residential design and developing communities. He has twice earned the Urban Land Institute's prestigious Award of Excellence for The Little Nell in Aspen and for Whistler/ Blackcomb Resort in British Columbia. In 2009, Richard received the Design Medal award from the American Society of Landscape Architects, which recognizes his relentless pursuit of design excellence over the last 36 years. He has a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the prestigious Jacob Weiderman Travelling Fellowship Award. He is currently a full member of the Urban Land Institute and serves on the Recreational Development Council.


Leadership :: Design Workshop

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Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw Richard Shaw, FASLA, joined Design Workshop in 1976. He graduated with honors from Utah State University and earned his master's from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where he was awarded the Jacob Weidenman Traveling Fellowship. Shaw is a full member of the Urban Land Institute and has held council memberships in its Retail Development Council and the Recreation Development Council. He has taught Resort Design through Harvard University's School of Design Professional Development Series. His work in both small-scale residential garden design and large-scale resort redevelopment, planning and design has garnered many awards and commendations. Richard is a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and a past board member of both the Landscape Architecture Foundation and the American Institute of Certified Planners. He is a registered landscape architect in Arizona, Nevada and Wyoming and a LEED®-certified designer. In 2009 he was the recipient of the American Society of Landscape Architects Design Medal, and in 2012 the American Horticultural Society (AHS) presented him with its Landscape Design Award at the Great American Gardeners Awards Ceremony.


The Ambler | Isla Palenque Wins ASLA Award for Sustainable Development | Amble Resorts

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"We're especially proud of this award because it was a particularly competitive year to win," says Richard Shaw, FASLA, a Principal and Partner at Design Workshop.
But for Shaw, it's been clear from the start that Isla Palenque is exceptional. "Amble's concept is special to begin with," says Shaw. "The idea behind the master plan has always been to retain natural resources while accommodating low-density development; synthesizing aspects of sustainability, conservation, and ecotourism for a result that will really create unprecedented character." For Design Workshop, Isla Palenque provides an opportunity to showcase design that is at the core of their environmentally focused mission. The design makes intelligent use of the terrain and lavishes attention on the beauty of the island itself. Says Shaw, "The placement of the buildings is thoughtful, putting most of the buildings in the few areas that were previously cleared for farming, allowing the sensitive ecosystems and cultural material to be preserved." "We're especially proud of this award because it was a particularly competitive year to win," says Richard Shaw, FASLA, a Principal and Partner at Design Workshop. But for Shaw, it's been clear from the start that Isla Palenque is exceptional. "Amble's concept is special to begin with," says Shaw. "The idea behind the master plan has always been to retain natural resources while accommodating low-density development; synthesizing aspects of sustainability , conservation, and ecotourism for a result that will really create unprecedented character." For Design Workshop, Isla Palenque provides an opportunity to showcase design that is at the core of their environmentally focused mission. The design makes intelligent use of the terrain and lavishes attention on the beauty of the island itself. Says Shaw, "The placement of the buildings is thoughtful, putting most of the buildings in the few areas that were previously cleared for farming, allowing the sensitive ecosystems and cultural material to be preserved." "We're especially proud of this award because it was a particularly competitive year to win," says Richard Shaw, FASLA, a Principal and Partner at Design Workshop. But for Shaw, it's been clear from the start that Isla Palenque is exceptional. "Amble's concept is special to begin with," says Shaw. "The idea behind the master plan has always been to retain natural resources while accommodating low-density development; synthesizing aspects of sustainability , conservation, and ecotourism for a result that will really create unprecedented character." For Design Workshop, Isla Palenque provides an opportunity to showcase design that is at the core of their environmentally focused mission. The design makes intelligent use of the terrain and lavishes attention on the beauty of the island itself. Says Shaw, "The placement of the buildings is thoughtful, putting most of the buildings in the few areas that were previously cleared for farming, allowing the sensitive ecosystems and cultural material to be preserved."


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