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Landscape Architecture

News from the Landscape Architecture degree program.

Retzlaff, Keyvanian, and Barnett Promoted

Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) would like

Zanzot and Neil Receive Honorable Mention in National Civic Data Challenge

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Jocelyn Zanzot and Artist Dan Neil have collaborated

Zanzot’s Design Teams Wins International Competition

Assistant Professor Jocelyn Zanzot is the lead landscape architect on a diverse international

Barnett Partners with Birmingham to Re-design and Rehabilitate Vacant District

Rod Barnett is also involved in a partnership with the Birmingham City Council and Birmingham

Chattanooga 12: Riverwalk Investigations

The City of Chattanooga has become famous throughout the United States for its forward-thinking, design-led approach to urban revitalization, an approach that has effected a radical transformation of Downtown Chattanooga.

APLA’s Continued Outreach to Cordova, Alabama

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APLA’s efforts to assist Cordova, Alabama’s storm recovery efforts began in early August 2011, when Cheryl Morgan, Director of the Urban Studio, gathered a team of Auburn faculty, professional planners, and designers in Cordova to study rebuilding opportunities in areas that were hardest hit by the

MLA Students Design Vital Component to Chattanooga Riverwalk: Southern Extension

Chattanooga Riverwalk: Southern Extension art

The City of Chattanooga has become famous throughout the United States for its forward-thinking, design-led approach to urban revitalization, an approach that has effected a radical transformation of Downtown Chattanooga.

MLA and CPLN Continue APLA’s Montgomery, Alabama Partnership with Peacock Community Revitalization Project

The Peacock Community Revitalization Project (formerly called Renaissance Community) is a cooperative public and private community redevelopment project venture in the City of Montgomery, Alabama.

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