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Richard Haag founded the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University Of Washington in 1963. Richard Haag was educated at University of Illinois, ]]University of California at Berkeley]] (B.L.A.), and Harvard University Graduate School of Design (M.L.A.), awarded a Fulbright award in Japan for two years and was Resident at the American Academy in Rome. Harvard Graduate School of Design honored Mr. Haag with a symposium and exhibition entitled Exploring the Landscape Architecture of Richard Haag (Spring 1996), followed with the publication of the book: Richard Haag: Bloedel Reserve and Gas Works Park. Richard Haag is the only person to twice receive the American Society of Landscape Architects Presidents Award for Design Excellence: Gas Works Park, Seattle, WA and The Sequence of Gardens at Bloedel Reserve , Bainbridge Island, WA. Haag continues to teach, lectures internationally, and practices as Principal of Richard Haag & Associates in Seattle, Washington.
- Richard Haag, Fellow, ASLA, Hon. AIA, Professor Emeritus, Landscape Architecture. "UW Landscape Architecture: People". Retrieved Apr. 20, 2005.
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