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Landscape Architecture

News from the Landscape Architecture degree program.

LeBleu Elected to ASLA National Council of Fellows

Charlene LeBleu

Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, has been elected to the American Society of Landscape Architecture’s Council of Fellows, the highest honor that ASLA bestows upon its members.

Auburn Speaks: On Water

Auburn Speaks: On Water cover image

A collection of stories from Auburn University researches relating to the development of new and innovative approaches to water resource issues, and to helping communities at home and abroad capitilize on emerging water-based economic opportiunities.

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Africatown State Park Designs + Proposals

AfricaTown State Park Designs + Proposals book cover

Auburn University landscape architecture graduate students propose design concepts for Africatown State Park in Mobile County, AL.

CONTRIBUTORS:
Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor, Studio Professor
Judd Langham, Adjunct Professor
Ricard Pie Ninot, Visiting Professor

 

 

Emergence in Landscape Architecture by Rod Barnett

Emergence in Landscape Architecture by Rod Barnett cover

Prof. Rod Barnett, Chair of the Landscape Architecture program has published a new book on landscape design theory, Emergence in Landscape Architecture (Routledge, 2013).Prof. Barnett describes the book as follows:

Emergence occurs when a landscape—a river basin, a street, an abandoned industrial

CADC Faculty and Alumna are Auburn’s 2013 Spirit of Sustainability Award Winners

Charlene Le Bleu receives AU Sustainability Award

Two College of Architecture, Design and Construction faculty members and an architecture alumna received Auburn’s first ever Spirit of Sustainability Awards from Auburn’s Office of Sustainability. Dan Bennett, Professor and Dean Emeritus,  Charlene Le Bleu, Associate Professor of Landscape

Barnett Publishes Emergence in Landscape Architecture

Cover of Emergence book

Prof. Rod Barnett, Chair of the Landscape Architecture program has published a new book on landscape design theory, Emergence in Landscape Architecture (Routledge, 2013).

Prof. Barnett describes the book as follows:
Emergence occurs when a landscape—a river basin, a street, an abandoned industrial

MLA Students Address Alabama Public School Grounds

MLA Studio II crew with Professor Jocelyn Zanzot tackled the problems and potentials of Alabama's public school grounds

In the fall of 2012, students in the MLA Studio II working with Assistant Professor Jocelyn Zanzot tackled the problems and potentials of Alabama's public school grounds.

MLA and MRED Collaborate on MRED Capstone Project

site plan drawing for Capstone project

This spring the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program joined forces with the Executive Master of Real Estate Development’s (MRED)  students completing their capstone project.

New Group of APLA Grads Become Alabama Registered Architects

APLA is pleased to congratulate the following alumni on passing the ARE over the past year and

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