Student Work

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MLA Laura Sasso’s thesis featured on World Landscape Architecture!

From “World Landscape Architecture” by Damian Holmes | August 1, 2011. Grounded Structuration investigates a process for amplifying the potential relationship between the design of the public realm and the politics of community. The design explores how site specific meaning and meaningful experiences can be associated with the retrofitting of infrastructure in New Orleans’ St. … Continue reading

“Framing a Modern Mess” featured on nextSTL

From nextSTL: The Pruitt-Igoe site in North St. Louis has been the subject of Melissa Elliott’s Masters in Landscape Architecture studio at the University of Virginia, where she completed her studies in May 2011. Melissa previously wrote here about her experience visiting the Pruitt-Igoe site and attending theOpen/Closed vacant land conference in St. Louis and Turning Urban at … Continue reading

Tools for Conviviality projects featured in Crozet Gazette

Read all about it on the Crozet Gazette website!  

FINAL REVIEW: Tools for Conviviality

See more at Convivialwood.com!



Design Research Seminar Reviews Wed 05/11/11 & Thurs 05/12/11

FINAL REVIEW | LAR 6020 | Professor Kristina Hill

We can recall from a previous post that LAR 6020 worked in Norfolk, VA to design “sand engines.” Since then, the 1st year Landscape Architecture studio has been hard at work to develop beautiful projects. The review style this year was slightly unusual, in that each student had one on one conversations with 3 different … Continue reading

FINAL REVIEW | ARCH 6020 | Professor Waldman

Professor Peter Waldman is famous for assembling wonderfully large panels for his Final Review. In the photo I recognize Phoebe Crisman, Alexander Kitchin, Ed Ford, Robin Dripps, W.G. Clark, and Marlon Blackwell. Your work looks beautiful 🙂 Great job, 1st year Path A’s !!!

Design Development Final Projects

Taught by Professor Charlie Menefee, ARCH 7230 culminates the Graduate Building Sequence. This course forces students to confront the construction of buildings at the detail level. Click here for the course website.