Landscape Aesthetics, Inc. is an award winning landscape architectural design/build firm established in 1987 with a clear vision: it is our goal to create custom landscape designs which integrate each individual property owner’s preferences and wishes for their home into the natural topography, gracefully blending the elements of design with the surrounding yard. We strive to create spectacular outdoor living spaces which provide an invitation to linger and indulge in the beauty of the environ. We are a full service landscape design/build firm and our expertise is in designing, management and installation of multi-faceted projects.
Elsa joined our Northwest Dermatology team in April, 2005. She completed her aesthetic training at Greenwood Academy of Skin in 2004. Elsa is certified and trained in laser therapy, various chemical peels and product lines. She specializes in adolescent and adult acne as well as anti-aging, skin resurfacing, facial rejuvenation and laser hair reduction. Prior to joining the aesthetic world Elsa worked as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in the health care industry for 12 years. The combination of both careers has allowed her to provide a holistic approach to healthy skin as well as assisting clients in accomplishing their goals. Elsa is passionate about helping clients achieve vibrant, healthy skin and empowering people with the knowledge and the tools they need.
In reality, the given capacity was quite nominal, as filling the boats to their indicated capacity would have required some passengers to stand. This did in fact happen to some of the last boats to leave Titanic ; at the subsequent British enquiry, Titanic ' s Second Officer Charles Lightoller testified that the nominal capacity could only have applied "in absolutely smooth water, under the most favourable conditions." The proper capacity would have been more like 40 people per boat under typical conditions.  Few officers and crew were aware that steel beam reinforcements had been added to the keels of the boats to prevent buckling in the davits under a full load.