Landscape Architecture Alumna Wins ASLA Award of Excellence
Though easily forgotten and often misunderstood, the infrastructures of wastewater treatment are closely tied to our everyday lives.
Bridget Ayers Looby (M.L.A. ’16) explores this relationship in her capstone project Invisible Works: A public introduction to the dynamic life of wastewater treatment for which she was awarded the American Society of Landscape Architects’ (ASLA) highly coveted Student Award of Excellence in the category of general design. Selected from 295 entries representing 52 schools, ASLA’s student awards honor the top work of landscape architecture students in the U.S. and around the world. In this interview Ayers Looby talks about her project, and what’s next for her research.