PhilaU Students Win American Society of Landscape Architects Award

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The PhilaU student team’s design earned an honor award from the local ASLA chapter.

A team of students in the College of Architecture and the Built Environment have received an award from the American Society of Landscape Architects’ local chapter for their design concept addressing the affordable housing needs of farm- and service-worker families in Southern California’s Coachella Valley.

Emma Haley, a fourth-year landscape architecture student, and Lauren Brosius and Amanda Bonelli, fifth-year architecture students, earned an honor award in the collaboration category of the student awards program sponsored by the group’s chapter serving Pennsylvania and Delaware.

The PhilaU students will be honored Saturday, May 2, at the chapter’s annual meeting taking place at the University of Pennsylvania.

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