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Landscape Architecture

News from the Landscape Architecture degree program.

APLA Professor Contributes to Exhibit at Harvard Graduate School of Design

Prof. Robert Sproull, in collaboration with Ernesto Bilbao (Co-designer 50% contribution) developed

Prototype Project on Auburn Campus Saves Water, Feeds Beautiful Rain Garden

Pulling together funding from Auburn’s Facilities Management and a Parkerson Mill Creek grant, a

Hill's Design Receives 2013 Watermark Grand Award

David Hill's design firm, HILLworks, recently received a 2013 Watermark Grand Award from

Cross to Sloss: Re-stitching the Magic City

Cross to Sloss cocer

Birmingham, Alabama’s largest city, was given the appellation ‘Magic City’ in consequence of its rapid population growth during the height of the industrial boom early last century.

Cultivating a Working Landscape

Established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, the school now known as Auburn University has been deeply engaged in the land of Alabama throughout its history.

Alumni Honored

APLA Architecture Alumni Show Strength at State AIA Design Awards

One of the most meaningful measures of a school's quality is the
success of its alumni. It is terrific to see and read of our former
students making an impact in their chosen professional paths.
I hope you'll enjoy learning of these updates as much as we have!
—David Hinson

 

Students Receive National Honors

View Through Residency Container

We are privileged to have an amazing group of students in our school, and while the faculty get to see that demonstrated in the classrooms and studios all the time, it's wonderful to see their talent and skill acknowledged by peer audiences beyond the campus.

The Mobile Studio Overseas

Mobile Studio in Birmingham England

Prof. Jocelyn Zanzot partnered with MADE: a center for place-making in Birmingham England and a team of landscape architects, artists and public historians on Tamed, a 60- year vision plan for the Witton neighborhood and its urban wild river.

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