23 Landscape Architecture Student Projects Win 2015 ASLA Student Awards

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ASLA 2015 Student General Design Award of Excellence. Imagine the Barracks of Pion: Developing the edge of the Park of Versailles. Zheming (Taro) Cai, Student ASLA, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Zheming (Taro) Cai, Student ASLA

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) is excited to announce its 23 student award recipients. Selected from 327 entries representing 84 schools, the 2015 ASLA Student Awards honor the top work of landscape architecture students in the U.S. and around the world. The winners will receive their awards at the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO in Chicago on Monday, November 9 at McCormick Place – Lakeside Center, Arie Crown Theater.

The October issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) features the winning projects and is available online for free viewing.

Here is a complete list of the 2015 student award winners:

General Design Category

Award of Excellence
Imagine the Barracks of Pion: Developing the Edge of the Park of Versailles
by Zheming Cai, Associate ASLA, a graduate student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (see image above)

Honor Awards
Walk into the Sea
by Zhi Wang, Associate ASLA, a graduate student at the Rhode Island School of Design

Deconstructing Hydrologies: Reviving the Memory of Water in Dumbarton Oaks Park
by Elizabeth Anderson, Associate ASLA, a graduate student at the University of Washington

Borderless Landscapes of Control
by Rui Felix, Student ASLA, a graduate student at the University of Toronto

For the Rest
by Maria Landoni De Rose, Associate ASLA, an undergraduate student at the University of California, Berkeley

Residential Design Category

Honor Awards
Within the Frame: The Countryside as a City
by a graduate student team from the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Valley Families: Between Fog and Flood
by a graduate student team from the University of Pennsylvania

Analysis and Planning Category

ASLA 2015 Student Analysis and Planning Award of Excellence. Rethinking Taj Heritage Corridor: A River as Historic Connection. Peichin Hao, Student ASLA, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Peichin Hao, Student ASLA
ASLA 2015 Student Analysis and Planning Award of Excellence. Rethinking Taj Heritage Corridor: A River as Historic Connection. Peichin Hao, Student ASLA, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Peichin Hao, Student ASLA


Award of Excellence

Rethinking Taj Heritage Corridor: A River as Historic Connection
by Peichen Hao, Student ASLA, a graduate student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Honor Awards
Confronting the Present: Towards a Civic Realm on Beirut’s Urban Fringe
by Logan Littlefield, Student ASLA, a graduate student at the University of Toronto

Airborne
by a graduate student team from the Harvard Graduate School of Design

After Steel – Toward an Industrial Evolution
by Robert McIntosh, Student ASLA, a graduate student at the University of Toronto

Fallow Ground | Future City
by a graduate student team from the University of Virginia

Productive Conservation: Utilizing Landscape Ecology and Precision Agriculture Towards Land-Water Conservation
by a graduate student team from the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Communications Category

ASLA 2015 Student Communications Award of Excellence. Landscapes of Longevity. Asa Eslocker, Assoc. ASLA; Harriett Jameson, Assoc. ASLA. University of Virginia / Asa Eslocker
ASLA 2015 Student Communications Award of Excellence. Landscapes of Longevity. Asa Eslocker, Assoc. ASLA; Harriett Jameson, Assoc. ASLA. University of Virginia / Asa Eslocker


Award of Excellence

Landscapes of Longevity
by a graduate student team from the University of Virginia

Honor Award
PLOT: A Student-edited Journal of Landscape Architecture
by a graduate student team from the City College of New York

Research Category

Honor Awards
Counterordinance: a Manifesto on Maintenance
by Cali Pfaff, Associate ASLA, a graduate student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Grounding Root System Architecture
by Gwendolyn McGinn, Associate ASLA, a graduate student at the University of Virginia

Student Collaboration Category

Honor Awards
Reverse Engineering: Reconfiguring the Creek-Campus Interface
by a graduate student team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Fire Circle and Stargazing Platform at Goose Island State Park
by a graduate student team from the University of Texas at Austin

Community Service Category

ASLA 2015 Student Collaboration Award of Excellence. Landscapes of Justice: Redefining the Prison Environment. Students at Iowa State University / Julie Stevens, ASLA
ASLA 2015 Student Collaboration Award of Excellence. Landscapes of Justice: Redefining the Prison Environment. Students at Iowa State University / Julie Stevens, ASLA


Award of Excellence

Landscapes of Justice: Redefining the Prison Environment
by an undergraduate student team from Iowa State University

Honor Awards
Ghana International Design Studio: Playtime in Africa
by a graduate student team from North Carolina State University

Starkville Public Library ‘Read’ Garden
by Travis Crabtree, Student ASLA, an undergraduate student from Mississippi State University

Kintsugi Garden: The Meaning of Mending
by an undergraduate student team from the University of Washington

The student awards jury included:

•    Kona Gray, ASLA, EDSA, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Jury Chair
•    Richard Bumstead, ASLA, University of Chicago, Chicago
•    Maurice Cox, Affiliate ASLA, Detroit Department of Planning and Development
•    Katya Crawford,  ASLA, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
•    Lisa Gimmy, ASLA, Lisa Gimmy Landscape Architecture, Los Angeles
•    David Hill, ASLA, D.I.R.T. Studio, Auburn, Alabama
•    Fernando Magallanes, ASLA, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
•    Katherine Orff, ASLA, Scape / Landscape Architecture PLLC, New York City
•    Laura Solano, ASLA, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts

Explore all the award-winning projects.

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