Tulane School of Architecture Faculty, Wes Michaels and Liz Camuti, win separate awards for their professional landscape architecture work


The National Professional Awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) were announced earlier this month, recognizing the work of Tulane School of Architecture faculty members Wes Michaels and Liz Camuti in the Analysis and Planning Category.

Wes Michaels (through his practice Spackman Mossop Michaels) was honored with an award for its The New Orleans Reforestation Plan, while Liz Camuti (through SCAPE studio) garnered an award for The Chattahoochee RiverLands, a project in which Camuti served as a lead designer for over three years and as the Project Manager for the Trail Design Guidelines.

Click the hyperlinks above for each awarded project to learn more about them on the ASLA awards website.


Read more on the Tulane School of Architecture Website