Several Master of Landscape Architecture candidates are the recipients of the 2012 American Society of Landscape Architects Student Awards.
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.
First, the Forests, curated by Dan Handel (MArch II '10) at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, looks at the unexplored relationships between forestry, planning and design. Handel is the first winner of the CCA's Young Curator fellowship launched in 2011.
LUCE et studio, firm of Jennifer Luce (MDesS '94), announce the exhibition "to have and to hold" at the Venice Biennale from August 30-November 30. This exhibit is part of a group exhibit by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien.
Cambridge architect Susan Cory (MArch '78) has published the mystery Conundrum.
Kees Lokman (MDesS 12') has been appointed Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University in Saint Louis. Read More.
Janet Echelman (AB '87, LF '08) is changing the very essence of urban spaces with her public artworks. Architectural Digest highlights her current projects and plans for future installations.