GSD students receive 2014 ASLA awards

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) announced the recipients of the 2014 ASLA Professional and Student Awards, and several Harvard University Graduate School of Design students were among the honorees.

Each year some of the best landscape architects and landscape architecture firms around the world are honored by the ASLA. Recipients have the opportunity to be featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine and are honored at an awards ceremony. Read more about the ASLA awards and see the full list of student and professional award recipients. 

Student Recipients

The Edgerly: The Next Generation of a Community Anchor (Residential Design Category Honor Award)

Edward Becker (MArch’13), Will Cohen (MUP ’13), Kevin McDonald (MUP ’13) and Simon Willett (MAUD ’14), Jelani Karamoko (JD ’13) and teammates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Annemarie Gray, Dara Yaskil, and Maggie Tishman.

Faculty advisor: Peter Roth (lecturer, MIT)

Spaces of Exception: Housing as a Common Framework (Residential Design Category Honor Award)

Jing Guo (MLA ’14), Fabiana Alvear (MAUD ’14), and Hao Chen (MAUD ’14)

Faculty advisors: Christopher Lee (associate professor in practice of Urban Design) and Simon Whittle (teaching associate)