2015 Winners

Weaam Alabdullah (MLA I AP) – The Pearl Roundabout: Monumentality of a Political Landscape

Amin Alsaden (PhD in Architecture, Landscape & Urbanism) – FRONTIERS OF POSSIBILITY: MAPPING BAGHDAD’S IMPOSSIBLE DIVISIONS

Larissa Belcic (MLA I) – ROBOTIC COLONIZATION: Sensory Experience and the Planetary Analog as Design Strategy for Outer Space Occupation

Sarah Bolivar (MLA I) and Jessica Booth (MLA I) – Ascent: An Inland Response to Coastal Resilience in Japan

Azzurra Cox (MLA I) – ALTITUDINAL PORTRAITS: Transect as Ethnographic Map in Urban Bolivia

Ghazal Jafari (DDes) – EXTENDED LANDSCAPE OF MILITARIZATION: The Next Canadian Arctic

Mary Miller (MLA I AP), with Joseph Watson (University of Pennsylvania) – Wild Interfaces: The Western Wildlands Network and a New North American Territoriality

Marianne Potvin (PhD in Urban Studies) – HUMANITARIAN URBANISM AND THE CHANGING GEOGRAPHIES OF REFUGE

Chella Strong (MLA I) – Harvesting in the Interstices: An Investigation of Urban Vegetation Foraging in Three American Cities

Emily Wettstein (MArch I/MLA I AP), with Jacob Lipton (Harvard Law School) – tehm foh it: food insecurity in Sierra Leone

Longfeng Wu (MDes ULE) – Cybernetic Organism: The Intervention of Mechanization in Traditional Dike-pond Landscape, Pearl River Delta, China