Texas Tech LA students featured in Texas ASLA design competition
By: Kathryn Nelson
Standout students in Texas Tech's Department of Landscape Architecture recently took home four awards in the categories of general and urban design from the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects' 2022 Design Competition.
The projects showed work across topics such as ecological restoration and recreation, holistic healing, equity, and urban renewal, said Kathryn Nelson, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Department Chair in the Department of Landscape Architecture. The projects were created during the participation in the junior-level Regional Planning Studio and the senior-level Collaboration Studio.
The Garden / Award: Honor / Katie Roberson
Prairie Vista / Award: Honor / Anna Jenkins
Morphogenesis / Award: Merit / S.Y. Andalib, Shuvo Datta, Md Kamrul Hasan, Kaden Hasbini, Nazia Afrin Trina, Fatema Ali Tushi
Caprock Crossing / Award: Merit / Damian Soto
The Texas chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects was established to promote the practice of landscape architecture and advanced the profession through advocacy, education, communication and fellowship. In 1959, the Texas chapter of ASLA was first established as a larger regional chapter known as the Southwest Chapter. It was not until 1978, that the current Texas chapter was created. There are five sections in the Texas chapter.
CONTACT: Kathryn Nelson, Senior Lecturer & Assistant Department Chair, Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University at (806) 834-2862 or Kathryn.Nelson@ttu.edu
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