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This year the Landscape Institute celebrates its 75th anniversary and in recognition it has supplemented its usual biennial awards for new work with some historic prizes recognising major achievements over the institute's life. It has made the following selections LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT WHO HAS MADE THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTION TO THE UK LANDSCAPE Dame Sylvia Crowe (1901-97) designed one-off schemes such as the landscape for London's Commonwealth Institute, but her significance derives more ...

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