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JONATHAN SEYMOUR PASSING

Monday, February 25, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Tamara Ferrari
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Miami landscape architect Jonathan Seymour dies at 94 


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/02/01/3212710/miami-landscape-architect-jonathan.html#storylink=c

It’s safe to say South Florida would have a very different look if Jonathan Seymour had never worked his magic on it.

The landscape architect created buildings and outdoor spaces that became some of the area’s most iconic — and beautiful — images: The Country Club of Miami, Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile, the University of Miami Student Union, the Dade County Jail and Criminal Courts building and a large portion of the Julia Tuttle Causeway are just a few highlights of his portfolio.  http://www.miamiherald.com


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/02/01/3212710/miami-landscape-architect-jonathan.html#storylink=cpy

He was an inspiration to so many landscape architects over the years, and a dear friend to many of us in the Florida Chapter.  His leadership was important back in the early days of the chapter in Florida. The consistent excellence of his work did much to promote respect from other disciplines and showcase what good landscape architectural design could accomplish.

He was an inspiration to so many landscape architects over the years, and a dear friend to many of us in the Florida Chapter.  His leadership was important back in the early days of the chapter in Florida. The consistent excellence of his work did much to promote respect from other disciplines and showcase what good landscape architectural design could accomplish.Cards can be sent to

Liz Seymour

4501 Silver Berry Court

Jacksonville, FL 32224-6838


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