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2019 Student Awards Winners
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Congratulations to the Winners of the 2019 Student Awards

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ANALYSIS & PLANNING
Recognizes the wide variety of professional activities that lead to, guide, and evaluate Landscape Architecture design. Student entries in this category are not required to be built or implemented. The project is awarded based by the quality of the analysis and planning effort, context, environmental sensitivity and sustainability, likelihood of successful implementation, and value to the client and other designers.

WINNERS

·        Honor Award

o   40N Latitide A Framework for Urban Shrinkage

§  Texas A&M University

·        Chenxia Pu, Anyi Qu

o   Following Flows

·        Merit Award

o   Following Flows

§  Texas Tech University

·        Grant Huber

o   Wasted Potential

§  Texas A&M University

·        Junzhu Liang; Shiyang Shen; Jiali Liu; Jiawei Ling

GENERAL DESIGN
Recognizes site specific works of Landscape Architecture or Urban Design. Student Awards entries in this category are not required to be built. The project is awarded based on the quality of design and execution (for professionals), context, environmental sensitivity and sustainability, and design value to the client and to other designers.

 WINNERS

·        Award of Excellence

o   Serenity Crossing

§  Texas A&M University

·        Thu Bui

 Honor Award

o   Aero Terra

  • Texas Tech University
  • Evan Cuyler

o  Westend Beat

  • University of Texas-Arlington
  • Behnoud Aghapour

  ·        Merit Award

o   Blue Voids: Urban Regeneration as Resilience Strategy

§  Texas A&M University

·        Trevor Maciejewski, Chenjun Su, Chenxia Pu, Xin Xu

o    Tomorrowland | A Sustainable Future

§  Texas Tech University

·        Natalie Campbell

 

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
Recognizes site specific works of Landscape Architecture for residential use. Student Awards entries in this category are not required to be built.  The project is awarded based on the quality of design and execution (for professionals), context, environmental sensitivity and sustainability, and design value to the client and to other designers.

WINNER

·         Excellence

o   Designing an Intergenerational Urban Village to Promote Healthy Aging in Place

§  Texas A & M University

·        Weiyi Zhou, Xin Xu

RESEARCH
Recognizes research that identifies and investigates challenges posed in Landscape Architecture, providing results that advance the body of knowledge for the profession.

WINNER (N/A)

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