MLA News+Events

Kelsey Vitullo, Unseen Hydrologies: research project. 2018 Student Merit Award, St. Louis ASLA Awards.

Events

February 26
Pierre Bélanger
Landscape architect & associate professor, Harvard's Graduate School of Design
Fumihiko Maki Lecture
The Map Is No Longer the Territory
6p Reception | 6:30p Lecture
Steinberg Auditorium

April 25
Michael Rakowitz
Chicago-based artist
Anova Lecture for Landscape Architecture, co-sponsored by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics
6p Reception | 6:30p Lecture
Steinberg Auditorium

News

2018 St. Louis ASLA Student Awards>>
Baden Community Open Space Plan>>
WashU Hosts 2017 Xtreme LA Challenge
Stanek receives Fall 2017 CityStudioSTL Faculty Course Grant>>
Woofter named director of College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design>>
Barnett receives $20,000 Whitaker Foundation grant to support St. Louis Parks Project>>
2017 ASLA Student Awards>>
MLA student team receives Fall 2016 CityStudioSTL Student Award>>
Designing a First Class Meal>>
Exploring the global footprint of Agent Orange>>
Designs shared for East End of Danforth Campus
Q&A with Bruce Lindsey, dean of College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design>>
WashU Student Chapter of ASLA receives inaugural CityStudioSTL Student Award>>
Vogler receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant for research in Tbilisi, Georgia>>
Q&A with program chair Rod Barnett>>
Spirit of ingenuity: Godshalk searches for ecological solutions to basic human needs>>
Urban Orchard competition kicks off fall semester>>
CAR grant supports faculty research for book on New Zealand landscape architect Ted Smyth>>
Ylan Vo receives Deborah J. Norden Fund travel grant to study Vietnam's A Luoi Valley>>
MLA chair Rod Barnett part of the Baden Pilot Project team>>
Two MLA students awarded Graduate Student Travel Grants>>
St. Louis ASLA honors MLA students for projects on Pruitt-Igoe + Alton riverfront district>>
Faculty research on the American Bottom supported by The Divided City grant>>
Sam Fox School team wins AIA Central States Student Design Competition>>