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Thomas Jefferson University Brings Home 2021 PA-DE ASLA Student Honor Award!

The wonderment and beauity of hidden ecological systems are revealed in non-traditional ways by providing access above, below and on the ground level.

The PA-DE Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently announced their 2021 Chapter Awards. In the Student Design Awards Program, the Central States ASLA jury gave the Honor Award in the General Design Category to Jefferson landscape architecture student Benjamin Nardi ’21, for his project titled “Finding Beauty in the Commonplace.” The project focuses on “the wonderment and beauty of hidden ecological systems are revealed in non-traditional ways by providing access above, below, and on the ground level.”

To “encourage and recognize excellence in landscape architecture and to demonstrate to the public the variety, scope and value of landscape architectural services,” the Pennsylvania Delaware Chapter of the ASLA, encompassing four geographic sections (Delaware, Eastern PA, Central PA, and Western PA), welcomes professionals and students to participate in their annual awards program.

 

The Student Awards Program invites currently enrolled students and recent graduates of a landscape architecture program in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Categories include General Design, Residential Design, Analysis and Planning, Research, Communications, and Student Collaboration.

View “Finding Beauty in the Commonplace” here

Learn more about the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture at Jefferson today.