STUDENT PROJECT | arROPAme (Wrap me up) | Lidia Carrillo, Marta Criado, Yolanda Serrano

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The main goal faced with this project was the creation of a temporal architectural space integrated in the artificial landscape of the University Campus with just one recycled material and a budget of 100 euros for the whole group.

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2014 IFLA Student Design Competition

The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the Argentine Center of Landscape Architects (CAAP) invites students in Landscape Architecture or related disciplines to participate in the Competition based on the axis of the Congress THINKING AND ACTION: “Earth, Home and Landscapes of places” whose theme is: URBAN LANDSCAPES IN EMERGENCY – Creating a landscape of places

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STUDENT PROJECT | Urban Water A New Layer in The City Landscape | Jelena Kotevska

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Urban Water A New Layer in the City Landscape is an attempt to investigate the possibility for ecological treatment of Skopje sewage wastewater, which currently pollutes the river Vardar with use of the available city landscape. It is also offering a stormwater treatment and reuse solution.

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Honors Landscape Architecture Students Recognized in Design Competition

Landscape Architecture Students Recognized in Design Competition Adel Vaughn and Mary Nell Patterson’s award-winning design, “Silver Spire,”

University of Arkansas Honors College students Adel Vaughn and Mary Nell Patterson have won the Student Award in the Envision Little Rock 2013 Ideas Competition, which challenged Arkansas designers to develop an iconic gateway to the city of Little Rock. Both Vaughn and Patterson are third-year landscape architecture students in the university’s Fay Jones School of Architecture.

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VIDEO | Penn State Landscape Students learn materials skills from Pennsylvania College of Technology


Thirty Penn State landscape architecture majors received valuable hands-on experience at Pennsylvania College of Technology’s masonry lab. The afternoon visit provided the Penn State students with the opportunity to work with materials and processes often part of their designs: brick, block, artificial stone and archways. Penn College masonry students served as instructors.

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Call for Submissions | Inflection Journal

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Landscape architecture needs more publications and discourse about the built environment and it is heartening to see that the University of Melbourne School of Design is starting a new student run journal titled Inflection. The editors recently put out the call for submissions for various categories of material. In the inaugural issue to be published in November 2014, the journal’s title will double as a broadly defined theme: the concept of inflection as a lens to magnify and investigate the current state of architecture, design and the built environment. The editors are currently seeking contributions from students, academics and professionals.

Inflection is born from a desire to stimulate debate and generate ideas, it advocates the importance of the printed word and the discursive voice of students, academics and professionals. Founded in 2013, Inflection is a home for provocative writing, a place to share ideas and engage with the exciting time we are living in. Inflection is first and foremost a place to gather and share discourse about the built environment.

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STUDENT PROJECT | New Symbiotic System – Revitalization of Tai O | Wu Junqing

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New Symbiotic System – Revitalization of Tai O is in response to the decline of Tai O’s pillar industry: Agriculture and Aquaculture. It especially focuses on the trend of increasing outflow of younger generation and that wetland value is going to take over Tai O’s cultural value, historical value and spiritual value.

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