All posts by Drew Braley

Browning Day Tackles Peyton Manning Statue and Plaza Project

Landscape Architecture

Browning Day Tackles Peyton Manning Statue and Plaza Project

The heart of the Indianapolis Colts NFL football team may have retired, but his legacy will live on through a statue that was recently unveiled. Thousands crowded the plaza of Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 7, including many former Colts teammates, coaches and staff as the Peyton Manning statue was officially revealed and celebrated. Photo gallery: Peyton Manning Statue and Plaza Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf has a strong relationship, dating back several decades, with the City of Indianapolis and….

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Broad Ripple Canal Esplanade Opens with a ‘Quack’

Landscape Architecture

Broad Ripple Canal Esplanade Opens with a ‘Quack’

Late last month, on a picture perfect, cooler than usual Sunday afternoon, the Village of Broad Ripple celebrated the official opening of the Canal Esplanade – a dream that neighborhood advocate Tom Healy says began nearly 30 years ago.  The desire for improvements and enhancements to the Central Canal began in the late 80s, and countless studies and designs have been considered during that time. A 2010 study by Browning Day was built on past studies and work by the….

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World Landscape Architecture Month, Pharrell, Ball State and Purdue

Landscape Architecture

World Landscape Architecture Month, Pharrell, Ball State and Purdue

Now that I’ve got your attention, did you know that April is World Landscape Architecture Month?  Why does it matter? As the American Society of Landscape Architects explains it, this “is an opportunity for landscape architects across the world to celebrate, showcase and educate others about our great profession of landscape architecture.” World Landscape Architecture Month is connecting each ASLA chapter with a sister organization in a foreign country to collaborate, share ideas, and reach new audiences with social media.  The Indiana Chapter….

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