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Montgomery’s Urban Wild: Design Potential of Cypress Nature Park

Montgomery's Urban Wild Student Site Visit

Situated in the heart of Montgomery, it’s hard to imagine that just a mile north of Alabama’s Capitol Building lies a 260-acre forest containing wetlands, ancient river bluffs, and deep ravines.

APLA Faculty Award Recognitions

Justin Miller and David Hinson with their award

Charlene LeBleu FASLA , Associate Professor and Chair of the Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture, was presented with the 2016 CELA President’s Award, and David Hill, ASLA, LEED AP, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, received the 2016 Excellence in Design Studio Teaching Award,

Dudley Courtyard Designs Unveiled

In case you haven’t had the privilege of hearing firsthand our orchestra of thuds, pounds, and grinds of construction, Dudley Hall has been going through an exterior skin renovation.

The Grasslands Project

Arboretum Project Model

Graduate Landscape students in David Hill's Plant Spatiality course recently explored design possibilities for the urban meadow at Auburn’s very own Donald E. Davis Arboretum.

Landscape Notes from the Field

Study of Pine by Nga

First observe, then employ. This simple concept has become the underlying framework for how we investigate the design potential of plants within the Landscape Architecture Program at Auburn University.

APLA Faculty and Students Present at the American Planning Association Conference

Faculty Present at national conference

APLA faculty and students had a good showing at the 2014 American Planning Association Conference in Atlanta, with six faculty and two students participating in three sessions and three students presenting posters at the April conference.

Landscape Architecture Professor Charlene Lebleu and

APLA Faculty and Students Exhibit Work in Research Week’s Creative Scholarship Showcase

Research Week's Creative  Scholarship Showcase

Twenty-five of the nearly forty creative research projects exhibited by the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) at the Research Week 2014 Creative Scholarship SHOWCASE in April were produced by School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) faculty, graduate

Exploring Haiti–Design for a Populace in Need

AU Students in Haiti

This past September, a multi-disciplinary team from Auburn University including faculty from APLA, Building Science and the College of Agriculture collaborated on a four-day exploratory visit to Haiti.

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