Christine Facella MLA ’17 is a winner of a 2017 American Society of Landscape Architects Student Honor Award for her project “Forests on the Edge: Plant-Based Economies Driving Ecological Renewal in Haiti.” Using Haiti as a prototypical case-study, the project investigates the utilization of live fences as a catalyst for reforestation through the choreographed design
Christina Hernandez M Arch ’15 has been selected for the Center for Architecture’s new Civic Leadership Program. Together with nine other young, talented, socially committed professionals, she will participate in a year-long series of programs and events to develop civic leadership skills. The CLP was initiated following the 2016 election to build on the groundswell of energy
On June 15, students from the spring second-year M Arch I studio shared their work with the Staten Island chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Along with Professor Fabian Llonch, students presented their own projects, pointing to the great potential of the Staten Island’s Stapleton and Tompkinsville neighborhoods as sites of increased traffic and growth.