Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture


LA 5002 Landscape Design VIII: Capstone Project (Spring 2016)

The fifth-year landscape design studio is centered on the intensive development of a comprehensive landscape design and/or an independent design project. This studio is referred to as the “Capstone Project,” as it requires students to utilize and combine all of the skills and knowledge they have acquired throughout the five-year undergraduate landscape architecture program. Two capstone projects from spring 2016 received Student Honor Awards from the American Society of Landscape Architecture: William Baumgardner for “Harnessing the Beating Heart: Living Systems Infrastructure on Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia,” and Alexander Morvant for “The Vermilion Corridor: Rediscovering the Waterways of Southern Louisiana.”