Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning Student Work

  • Rendering of outdoor area developed through a shade structure, social stops, bird highway, open lawn, and native plants
  • Rendering of area maximized for pedestrian and vehicle experience through diverse vegetation, paved paths, wheelchair accessibility, and navigable roadways
  • Four renderings demonstrate how to enhance the pedestrian experience through pavement, open lawns, pedestrian bridges, median paths, crosswalks, permeable pavers, tree canopies, and rain gardens
  • Aerial view rendering of a vegetated park features a large pond and fountain, small amhpitheater, and overhead roadway with streetlights
  • Rendering of an overhead street view features large roadways separated by medians with trees and a nearby park
  • Shaded by trees, students gather in a circle to view several land development plans on the ground
  • People view a German museum that represents the urban jungle through artistic images of outerspace, UFOs, modern and decaying skyscrapers, and futuristic road systems
  • A tour guide instructs a group of students wearing jackets before they enter a garden
  • Students wearing jackets visit a small community vegetable garden across from an apartment complex
  • Students visit a wind turbine facility
  • Patterns and disproportionate multihazard risk and vulnerability in Louisiana's historic African American cemeteries include flooding
  • Process diagram to decide whether something is a sketch or not
  • Two diagrams of the same area's urban development, one in black and white and one with the natural enviornment colored.
  • Map examining road safety after Sun Metro Brio Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Installation in El Paso, Texas
  • Students make paper and posterboard 3D model to display land use with bridges, waterways, civilians and trees.
  • Preliminary land plan includes corporate parkway, midtown drive, detention pond, detention and greenways.
  • Project narrative of Hooks station, showing how the 20-acre area can be designed to serve as a gateway into TexAmericas Center's 12,000-acre master-planned development site.
  • Hooks town center project proposal includes market analysis, development phasing and financial analysis.
  • Hearthside land development proposal includes phasing processes and area demographics.
  • Students give a presentation over their design proposals for vacant resources in Sunnyside, Houston TX.
  • Maximizing land sustainability and vacant land potential can lead to feasible nodals in the anchors surrounding the Carillon neighborhood.
  • A student and a community member discuss different diagrams of the same urban area.
  • Students and community members discuss ideas to improve the downtown of a Texas Target Community
  • Aerial diagram of urban area with natural environment highlighted
  • Park land showing increased ecological connectivity, including endangered bird, frogs and insects
  • Aerial perspective of park land proposed features include shading elements, splash pad, topographic amphitheater, open law spaces, community garden and open plazas.
  • Students give the gig 'em behind giant balloon letters that spell out,
  • Landscape architecture enhancement plan includes diagrams outlining phasing processes and year-round programming.