Kessler Legacy Award

 

PGASLA recognizes those works of Landscape Architecture that have endured in the Prairie Gateway region and are a viable component of our regional landscape heritage.  The works must be located within the Prairie Gateway boundary, must be constructed and/or completed at least twenty years ago and must remain as viable today as they were when originally completed.  Originally called the Landscape Legacy Award, the name was changed to the Kessler Legacy Award to honor George Kessler who first helped promote the City Beautiful movement in Kansas City.

 

2016

MetroGreen as Managed by MARC

2014

University of Kansas National Historic District

2013


Country Club Plaza
Kansas City, MO 

 

 2012

 

Leavenworth National Cemetery

 

 2011

   

 

The Kansas City Sculpture Park, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 

 

 2010 

   

 

The Kansas City Parks and Boulevard System Plan of 1893