Several Master of Landscape Architecture candidates are the recipients of the 2012 American Society of Landscape Architects Student Awards.
A number of Landscape Architecture faculty have been recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
This Friday, September 28, Michael Ezban (MLA 1 AP ’13) will be a panelist at the DredgeFest NYC symposium. Ezban was invited based on research and design work he produced with Jana Vandergoot (MLA 1 AP ’13) at the GSD. The 2-day gathering of policymakers, designers, theorists and industry experts presents the latest technology and interventions designed to deal with sediment production.
Michael Albert (MLA II '13) and Victor Perez Amado (MAUD, MARCH I AP '13) have won the Designing Action International Competition. Their project “theBEND” was selected from among 130 entries in 99 countries.
Xiaowei R. Wang (MLA '13) and Heather Dunbar (MLA '13) were awarded first place in the competition to re-imagine the vacant Pruitt Igoe housing project in St. Louis, for their submission “St. Louis Ecological Production Line.” Third prize went to the Social Agency Lab for “The Fantastic Pruitt-Igoe!,” with a team including GSD students and alums.