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Master Landscape Architecture Students Travel to China

MLA Students tour the office of BAM in Beijing, China

During a two-week study abroad, 11 Second Year Master of Landscape Architecture students had the opportunity to explore some of the most famous traditional and modern landmarks of Chinese design while being fully immersed in Chinese culture. The trip was led by Assistant Professor Valerie Friedmann

APLA Student Travels the World as Aydelott Fellow

Homes for the People
(all 7 billion of them)
by Josiah Brown

I set out this summer on a seventy-five day trip to learn more about affordable housing. The end goal: to better equip architects to combat the global housing crisis by providing quality homes to the 1.6 billion people without.

Finn Chosen for Visiting Artist/Scholar Program, Rome

Finn Chosen for Visiting Artist/Scholar Program, American Academy, Rome

J. Scott Finn, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, has been accepted into the American Academy in Rome’s Visiting Artist/ Visiting Scholar program this fall.

Student Receives $20K Aydelott Travel Award

Josiah Brown, a fifth-year architecture student from Ashland City, Tennessee, is the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s first recipient of the Aydelott Travel Award.

Rural Studio Represents U.S. at Two Prestigious International Exhibitions

Rural Studio in Venice Biennale and Milan Triennale

Rural Studio was invited to participate in two prestigious international exhibitions: 
Milan Triennale (2 April to 12 September 2016)
Venice Architecture Biennale (25 May to 27 November 2016)

Milan Triennale is entitled ARCHITECTURE AS ART.
The Milan Triennale is curated by Lotus magazine, who invited