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
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
The Howland Fellowship is a $10 000 Travel Fellowship awarded to one Master in Landscape Architecture student every year. Last Friday was the opening of the culminating exhibit for this year’s winner. Ryan Ives traveled to Nepal to study both the use of photography as a means of capturing landscape (and questioning its validity) as well as … Continue reading
Ashley Wolff | ALAR 8995: Independent Design Research Studio | Professors Craig Barton + Julie Bargmann Brad Schuck | ALAR 8995: Independent Design Research Studio | Professors Craig Barton + Earl Mark + Various Other Professors Daphne Lasky | ALAR 8995: Independent Design Research Studio | Professors Craig Barton + Robin Dripps Melissa Elliott | ALAR 8995: Independent Design Research Studio | Professors … Continue reading
From the Thesis Studio mid-review.
Design Research Seminar can be considered UVa M. Arch’s thesis prep course. It must be taken in the Fall preceding the Design Research Studio in Spring. The following poster was put together by Lana Elam and Abby Chryst. Hope you can drop by.