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ASLA&YOU
FOUR WAYS TO CONNECT WITH LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONALS
8/19/14 10:43 AM
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A S L A AT- A - G L A N C E
“I educate my
clients when
I first interview
for the project
that I consider
furnishings as
Founded in 1899, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
is the national professional association representing more than 15,000
landscape architecture professionals and students.
The Society’s members lead the stewardship, planning, and design of our
built and natural environments. A broad array of pro ects are produced by
ASLA members such as:
• Academic campuses
• Parks and recreation
• Conservation areas
• Reclamation
• Corporate campuses
• Residential
and propose
•
• Security design
furniture from
• Green infrastructure
• Stormwater management
schematic design
• Historic preservation
through actual
• Hospitality and resorts
• Streetscapes and public
spaces
selections.”
• Institutions
Mary Ellen Cowan, ASLA
MESA Design Group
Dallas, TX
• Interior landscapes
an integral part
of the design
ardens and arboreta
• Land planning
• Therapeutic gardens
• Transportation corridors
•
rban design
• Landscape art
• Monuments
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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Top 10 project types
ASLA members design:
1. Parks and recreation
2. Urban design, streetscapes
3. Planning
4. Residential
5. Water (from stormwater
management to pools and
fountains)
6. Commercial/industrial design
7. Transportation
8. Sports facilities
9. Healthcare/therapeutic
10. Hospitality
80%
Products specified
most frequently:
ASLA members specify
and purchase products
and services.
1. Plants, soils, planting
materials
2. Paving, masonry,
and stone
$140 billion
3. Furniture
4. Fences, gates, and walls
5. Water management,
drainage, erosion
6. Recreational materials
and play equipment
Amount spent on
products and
services annually.
$1 million to
$5 million
7. Lighting
8. Irrigation
9. Planters, sculpture,
garden accessories
10. Lumber, decking, edging
11. Structures
in products
and services
purchased/specified
per member.
12. Green roofs and living walls
13. Green energy
Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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C O R P O R AT E M E M B E R S H I P
“Knowing that
our corporate
members not only
want to sell to us
but support
the growth of
our profession,
shows the
commitment they
have to being
a part of our
design solutions
that we provide
to the world.”
Pamela M. Blough, FASLA
PLaCE Studios
Grand Haven, Michigan &
Charleston, South Carolina
Become an ASLA Corporate Member to reach more than 25,000 landscape
architecture professionals worldwide. The program provides executives with
networking opportunities, brand exposure through prominent advertising
and marketing, and access to members-only professional resources.
Benefits for corporate members include:
• Direct access to 25,000
members and magazine
subscribers through use of the
ASLA mailing list four times
each year ($8,000 value).
• Use of ASLA Corporate
Member logo in advertising
and marketing materials.
• Recognition at the ASLA
Annual Meeting and EXPO
for Corporate Members
who exhibit, including
acknowledgement in printed
materials, special booth
signage, and badge ribbons
for booth staff.
• Complimentary subscriptions
to Landscape Architecture
Magazine, LAND,
(ASLA’s bi-weekly member
e-newsletter), and The Field
(ASLA’s Professional Practice
Network e-newsletter).
• Timely economic outlook
information through the
ASLA Business Quarterly.
• Recognition twice each year
in a full-page ad in Landscape
Architecture Magazine
(60,000+ monthly readers).
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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Become a Member!
Nearly 200 companies contribute to the success of ASLA and the landscape architecture profession:
Enduris
ESRI
Ewing Irrigation Products
Fiberweb/TYPAR Geosynthetics
Foreverlawn, Inc.
Forms+Surfaces
Garden Design Magazine
Genesis 3 Design Group
Goric Marketing Group, Inc.
Greenform, LLC
Grown For You
Haddonstone (USA), LTD
Hanover Architectural Products
Hearth Products Controls
HessAmerica
Hunter Industries, Inc
Icon Shelter Systems, Inc.
id metalco
Ideal Aluminum Products
International Greenview
Landscape Design Limited
International New Landscape
Iron Age Designs
Ironsmith
Kichler Lighting
KOMPAN, Inc.
Kornegay Design, LLC
L. M. Scofield
Landscape Structures, Inc.
Leatzow Insurance
LingNan Landscape
Company, LTD
Live Earth Products, Inc.
LiveRoof, LLC
LTR Products, LLC
Maglin Site Furniture, Inc.
McNichols Company
Modern Design &
Site Furnishings
Monrovia Nursery Company
Moon Visions Lighting
Musco Lighting
Mycorrhizal Applications, Inc.
National Fire Protection
Association
Neenah Foundry Company
Nemetschek Vectorworks
Netafim USA
New Earth Soils & Compost
New York City—Environmental
Protection
NiteLites Outdoor Lighting
Ohio Gratings, Inc.
Oldcastle Enclosure Solutions
Permaloc Aluminum Edging
Pine Hall Brick Company, Inc.
Plantworks Designs, LP
PlayCore
Proven Winners and Color
Choice—Spring Meadow
Nursery
Quick Crete Products
Corporation
Read Custom Soils
Roman Fountains
Selux Corporation
Shanghai Xian Dai Architectural
Decoration & Landscape
Design Research Institute
Shemin Nurseries, Inc.
Snug Cottage Hardware
SofSURFACES, Inc.
Sternberg Lighting
Stromberg—The 4 Kids, Inc.
Sub-Zero Group, Inc.
Super-Sod
Sure-Loc Edging, Inc.
The Davey Resource Group/
The Care of Trees
The Stresscrete Group/King
Luminaire
Thomas Steele—Madrax
Timber Press/Storey Publishing
TUUCI
Ultimate Services Professional
Grounds Management
Unilock, Inc.
ValleyCrest Companies
Victor Stanley, Inc.
Village Nurseries
Wholesale, LLC
Vista Professional Outdoor
Lighting
Walpole Woodworkers, Inc.
Waterplay Solutions Corporation
Wausau Tile, Inc.
Weidlinger Associates, Inc.
Whitacre Greer Company
Williams Stone Company, Inc.
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JOIN
Acker-Stone Industries
ACM Chemistries, Inc.
America Leedscape Planning
and Design Company
American Fence Association
American Granite Curb
Producers
ANOVA
Aqua Master Fountains
and Aerators
Architectural Pottery
ArquitectonicaGEO
Artistic Paver Manufacturing
Asphalt Pavement Alliance
Auroralight, Inc.
Ball Ornamentals
Barkman Concrete
Becker Tree Farm & Nursery
Berliner Seilfabrik Play
Equipment Corporation
B-K Lighting, Inc.
Blue Thumb Distributing
Brandon Industries, Inc.
Brasco International
Brass Light Gallery
Brentwood Industries
Butterfield Color, Inc.
Carderock Stone/Tri-State
Stone & Building Supply
Coldspring
Collier Metal Specialties/
COL-MET
Commercial Aquatic
Engineering
Country Casual
CPG Building Products
Danver Outdoor Kitchens
DCS by Fisher & Paykel
DeepRoot Green
Infrastructure, LLC
DuMor, Inc.
Dura Plastic Products, Inc.
Earthcore Industries, LLC
Eastern Fence
EJ
Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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ANNUAL MEETING & EXPO
November 5-6, 2015
Thursday and Friday
Exhibitor Move-In
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
November 7, 2015
Saturday
EXPO Open
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
EXPO Reception
4:30 - 6:00 pm
November 8, 2015
Sunday
The largest landscape architecture trade show in the world is held annually by
ASLA in various cities throughout the United States. The ASLA Annual Meeting
and EXPO draws more than 5,000 attendees and nearly 500 exhibitors each
year. Attendees consistently rate the EXPO as the “most valuable event” at the
meeting each year.
Join ASLA at the 2015 Annual Meeting and EXPO, November 6-9, in Chicago
at McCormick Place.
About Attendees
•
Most attendees are between
31 and 60 years old.
•
62 percent of attendees are
seasoned professionals with
10 or more years of experience.
•
85 percent of 2013 attendees
planned to purchase and specify
products they viewed at the
EXPO.
EXPO Open
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
EXPO Reception
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Exhibitor Move Out
6:00 – 10:00 pm
November 9, 2015
Monday
Exhibitor Move-Out
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Attendees by Type
•
65 percent say the ASLA EXPO
is the only national tradeshow they
will attend each year.
• 80 percent of attendees spend up
to six hours on the show floor.
•
Attendees buy $5 million to over
$50 million in products each year.
Landscape Architects/Designers
by Practice
80% Landscape
Architects/Designers
70% Private Design Firm
9% Service/Product
Manufacturers
10% Design/
Build Firm
7% Landscape
Architecture Students
10% Public
Practitioner
3% Planners
5% Corporate/
Institution/Non-Profit
1% Architects
5% Educator
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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Why Exhibit?
“One of my primary
60 percent of show hours are exclusive with no competing events.
•
Attract new customers. Meet current customers. Introduce
new products.
•
75 percent of exhibitors return each year.
•
More than 90 percent of exhibitors from the past four years say
the EXPO meets or exceeds their goals and expectations.
scouring the EXPO for
•
Nearly 55 percent of exhibitors in 2013 gained up to 200 leads.
new ideas and products.”
reasons for attending
the ASLA Annual Meeting
is to spend hours—and
sometimes days—
Sandra Y. Clinton, ASLA
Clinton and Associates, PC
Hyattsville, Maryland
2015 Exhibitors receive:
•
One complimentary full meeting registration and two booth
personnel registrations per 10’ x 10’ booth (value $845).
•
Unlimited complimentary and customizable guest passes, so you
may personally invite your top customers and prospects to the show
($75 value per pass).
•
The official annual meeting logo to use for advertising in print, online,
and social media.
•
Access to the Exhibitor Lounge, featuring free internet access and
refreshments throughout the day.
•
Free mailing lists: pre-registered attendee list 30 days before the show
and a final registered attendee list after the show.
•
Participation in meetings and special events before and after the show
hours to maximize the opportunity to socialize and network with attendees.
•
An opportunity to rent Learning Lab space to make product presentations
and offer professional development hours for continuing education credit.
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EXHIBIT
•
Pricing
Booth Size
10’ x 10’
10’ x 20’
20’ x 20’ Island
20’ x 30’ Island
By November 23, 2014
After November 23, 2014*
$3,400
$3,600*
$13,600
$14,400*
$6,800
$20,400
$7,200*
$21,600*
*After November 23, 2014, a $500 premium will be added to all end cap, corner, and island booths.
Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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EXPO SPONSORSHIPS
Landscape Structures
has been a sponsor
and exhibitor at the
ASLA Annual Meeting
Maximize your company’s participation at the 2015 Annual Meeting and EXPO,
November 6-9, in Chicago by becoming a sponsor. With dozens of sponsorship
and promotional opportunities from which to choose, starting at $500, you are sure
to find an option to fit your marketing message and your budget.
and EXPO for many
Premium sponsors ($10,000 and above) receive exclusive benefits:
years. The ASLA
•
A 1,000-word feature article on your company and your products and services—
including photos, hyperlinks, and your booth number—in LAND, ASLA’s
bi-weekly e-newsletter (circulation 25,000+).
•
One full-page, 4-color ad in the onsite print program—exclusive advertising
for sponsors only!
•
Your choice of two complimentary tickets to An Edible Landscape Celebration,
featuring the Alumni Tailgate, the Council of Fellows Dinner, or the President’s
Dinner.
•
Special signage recognition at the convention center (and other venues
as appropriate).
•
All of the benefits listed below.
EXPO is a key
opportunity for us
to interact closely
with landscape
architects and
further enhance
our relationships in
the industry.
Megan Andrada, Affiliate ASLA
Landscape Structures
Delano, Minnesota
Sponsors at the $5,000 level and above receive:
•
Recognition in the print registration brochure (circulation 60,000+) and on ASLA’s
annual meeting website featuring your logo, booth number, and hyperlink to your
company website.
•
Recognition with logo and booth number in Landscape Architecture Magazine
(60,000+ readers) in the onsite program provided to all attendees and on
prominent signage at the meeting.
•
Promotion via ASLA’s social media outlets (Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.)
•
Special reserved seating and recognition at the two general sessions.
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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For more
details about each
www.asla.org/ads.
Sponsorship Opportunities
$30,000
$12,500
• An Edible Landscape Celebration,
featuring the Alumni Tailgate
• ASLA Honorary Members and
National Leaders Reception
$25,000
$10,000
• Name Badges and Lanyards
• The “Your Name Here”
Welcome Reception
$20,000
• ASLA Council of Fellows Investiture
Dinner and Video
• The President’s Dinner:
Presentation of ASLA Honors
• Education Program
$15,000
• ASLA Awards
• General Sessions (two available)
• The ASLA/“Your Name Here”
EXPO Reception (two available)
SPONSOR
opportunity, visit
3
• Professional Practice Network
Reception and Meetings
• Official Meeting Foldable
Pocket Map
• ASLA EXPO Coffee (two available)
$5,000 and below
• Official ASLA Meeting Plant Provider
• ASLA Learning Labs
• EXPO Overhead Signage
• ASLA National Leadership Luncheon
• Technology Sponsor: Cyber Caf ,
Mobile App, and Social Media
• ASLA Student/“Your Name Here”
Student Award Travel Sponsorships
• Official Meeting Bag and Landscape
Architecture Magazine Room Drop
Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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ADVERTISING
Readership
60,000+
Readers
4,000+
Digital
500+
Newsstands
each month
20+
Trade shows
Reader
Demographics
31-60
core age group
68%
are landscape architects/
designers
Founded in 1910, Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) is the monthly magazine of
the ASLA. LAM is the only paid subscription, AAM-audited magazine in the landscape
architecture industry, connecting you with more than 60,000 readers who specify $140 billion
in products and services each year. LAM is available in both print and digital versions
each month.
Our readers are devoted
62 have read LAM for more than 10 years
40 begin reading each issue within the first week
57 spend one to three hours reading each issue thoroughly
65 keep each issue for more than one year
LAM is the top publication in the industry. It is the source landscape
architecture professionals go to for new ideas and to stay current in
the field.
Our readers are decision-makers
65 select consultants or contractors
46 purchase technology (computers, software, printers, phone systems, etc.)
31 purchase business services (credit cards, accounting, banks, insurance, etc.)
Advertising in LAM is beneficial for you. Our readers want the best
products and services available for their projects. Our readers take
action and want to work with you.
As a result of advertising in LAM:
62 visited the advertiser’s website
50 re uested information about the products and services
44 used ads for ideas of products for pro ects.
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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“For the landscape architect, LAM is
unmatched in the comprehensiveness and
relevancy of its product advertisements.
We can find the newest and most exciting
standards that are currently available
in the U.S. market.”
Shannon Nichol, ASLA
Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, LTD
Seattle, Washington
ADVERTISE
products in one place-as well as the go-to
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LAM is far and away our readers’ top choice for professional industry
information. Only 44 percent of LAM readers say that they receive
Landscape Architect and Specifier News (LASN). 87 percent of
readers prefer LAM over LASN.
Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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Lock in 2014 advertising rates for up to 24 months by reserving
ad space by December 31, 2014.
2014 Advertising
Rates
Display Ads: 4-Color
BLEED
WIDTH X DEPTH
1X
3X
6X
9X
12X
24X
C4
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
$6,370
$6,090
$5,910
$5,760
$5,610
$5,330
C2
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
5,500
5,190
5,030
4,890
4,640
4,408
C3
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
5,350
5,040
4,900
4,750
4,520
4,294
18.25” x 10.75”
18” x 10.5”
9,800
9,200
8,530
7,840
7,450
7,087
FP Spread
FP*
9.25” x 10.75”
2/3 Pg. Vert
1/2 Pg. Horiz
4,270
3,930
3,730
3,544
3,920
3,630
3,330
3,170
3,012
3,150
2,960
2,740
2,520
2,390
2,271
2,400
2,260
2,100
1,930
1,830
1,739
2.6” x 9.25”
2,400
2,260
2,100
1,930
1,830
1,739
4” x 4.5”
1,800
1,700
1,580
1,450
1,370
1,302
WIDTH X DEPTH
1X
6X
12 X
24 X
1/4 Pg.
4” x 4.5”
1,430
1,290
860
830
2 inch
2” x 4.5”
650
550
475
440
1/4 Pg.
*suggested Live Area: 8.75” x 10.25”
Trim Size: 9” x 10.5”
Buyer’s Guide Ads: 4-Color
Display Ads: 4-Color
BLEED
WIDTH X DEPTH
1X
3X
6X
9X
12X
24X
C4
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
6,689
6,395
6,206
6,048
5,891
5,597
C2
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
5,775
5,450
5,282
5,135
4,872
4,628
C2
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
5,618
5,292
5,145
4,988
4,746
4,509
18.25” x 10.75”
18” x 10.5”
10,290
9,660
8,957
8,232
7,823
7,441
9.25” x 10.75”
9” x 10.5”
5,145
4,830
4,484
4,127
3,917
3,721
5.3” x 9.25”
4,368
4,116
3,812
3,497
3,329
3,163
FP Spread
FP*
2/3 Pg. Vert
Complete specifications
and submission
information is available
online at
www.asla.org/ads.
4,600
4,160
8” x 4.5”
1/3 Pg. Vert
Agency Discounts:
Agencies of record
are eligible to receive
a 15 percent discount
on rates.
4,900
5.3” x 4.5”
1/3 Pg. Square
2015 Advertising
Rates
9” x 10.5”
5.3” x 9.25”
1/2 Pg. Horiz
8” x 4.5”
3,308
3,108
2,877
2,646
2,510
2,385
5.3” x 4.5”
2,520
2,373
2,205
2,027
1,922
1,826
2.6” x 9.25”
2,520
2,373
2,205
2,027
1,922
1,826
4” x 4.5”
1,890
1,785
1,659
1,523
1,439
1,367
WIDTH X DEPTH
1X
6X
12 X
24 X
1/4 Pg.
4” x 4.5”
1,502
1,355
903
872
2 inch
2” x 4.5”
683
578
499
462
1/3 Pg. Square
1/3 Pg. Vert
1/4 Pg.
*suggested Live Area: 8.75” x 10.25”
Buyer’s Guide Ads: 4-Color
Trim Size: 9” x 10.5”
Connect with ASLA at www.asla.org/ads.
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THE LAM PRODUCT DIRECTORY
Want more exposure of your best products? Advertise in the LAM Product Directory
to receive:
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Sign a 24-month
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and
receive a free page
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as a bonus!
Ads are featured in the December 2015 print and digital edition of LAM and available
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Join. Exhibit. Sponsor. Advertise.
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July
June
Cultural institutions
Trail planning
Urban agriculture
Species
Soil specifications
Workstation:
New apps
Urban green
infrastructure
networks
Better estimating
Annual ASLA
Awards Special
Professional Awards
Student Awards
Species
City-scale landscape
transformations
Green wall detailing
Urban soils
Designing for public
welfare
Energy landscapes
Landscape forensics
Planting on structure
Brownfield reclamation
Species
Green roof detailing
Sports and play
Climate adaptation
Conservation lands
Streetscape
renovation
Crowdsourcing
August
September
October
November
December
Strategies for
complete streets
Real-time public
space data
Species
Budgeting for
maintenance
Building better
internships
Residential feature
Goods: Playgrounds
and Parks
Designing for
rainwater capture
Residential feature
Continuing education
Goods:
Water and Irrigation
Palette
Residential feature
Goods: Public Space
Furnishings
Design for water
conservation
Climate adaptation
Residential feature
Reserve space by
Apr. 27
Material due by
May 1
(500+ newsstands)
Barnes & Noble Newsstand Promotion
(700+ newsstands)
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
Free Digital Edition
(120,000+ additional circulation)
Reserve space by
May 25
Material due by
May 29
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
Free Digital Edition
(120,000+ additional circulation)
2016 LAM Product Directory
Barnes & Noble Newsstand Promotion
(700+ newsstands)
ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO
6-9, Chicago
Greenbuild Expo, 18-22,
Washington, D.C.
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, TBA
International Pool Spa and Patio
Expo, TBA
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
ASLA Annual Awards Issue
WestEdge Design Fair, 1-4
American Public Transportation Annual
Meeting and Expo, 4-7, San Francisco
HD Americas, 20-21, Miami
Barnes & Noble Newsstand Promotion
(700+ newsstands)
Free Digital Edition
(120,000+ additional circulation)
International Casual Furniture and
Accessories Market, 16-19, Chicago
CONSTRUCT, TBA
LANDSCAPE Show, TBA
Maison & Objet, TBA
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
Reserve space by
June 29
Material due by
July 3
Reserve space by
July 27
Material due by
July 31
Reserve space by
Sept. 1
Goods: Bike Racks
Residential feature
Continuing education
Material due by
Sept. 4
Material due by
Oct. 30
Reserve space by
Oct. 26
Material due by
Oct. 2
Reserve space by
Sept. 29
Goods:
EXPO Exhibitors
Cultural landscape
preservation
Residential feature
Goods:
Fences and Walls
Campus design trends
Continuing education
Residential feature
Goods: Residential
Furnishings
8/20/14 5:41 PM
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Features
Student design work
Green infrastructure
Planting specification
Goods: Seating
Workstation:
Collaborative tools
Residential feature
Continuing education
Space/Material Dates
Events & Bonus Distribution
Reserve space by
Dec. 30
Barnes & Noble Newsstand Promotion
LIGHTFAIR International,
3-7, New York City
HD EXPO, 13-15, Las Vegas
American Institute of Architects,
14-16, Atlanta
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
Landscape Architecture Month
Coverings,14-17, Orlando
Barnes & Noble Newsstand Promotion
(700+ newsstands)
Free Digital Edition
(120,000+ additional circulation)
Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Expo,
5-7, Nashville
Architectural Digest Home
Design Show, 19-22, New York City
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
Newsstand Distribution
(500+ newsstands)
International Builders’ Show,
20-22, Las Vegas
Maison & Objet, 23-27, Paris
Free Digital Edition
(120,000+ additional circulation)
Reserve space by
Oct. 31
Material due by
Nov. 3
Reserve space by
Nov. 28
Palette
Residential feature
Material due by
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Page 5: ASLA Honor Award Recipient, Sherbourne Common by Phillips Farevaag
Smallenberg (Photo: Arista Rizakos/Grasshopperreps.com)
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