General Design Category

Award of Excellence

The Willow Resiliency Project

New Haven, Missouri and Treloar, Missouri, United States
John Whitaker, Associate ASLA
教师顾问:Rod Barnett;麦地斯坦克,阿斯洛
Washington University in St. Louis


Willow弹性项目提出了一个农村社区与遣返下密苏里河谷的土着群体之间的生物量行业合作。杂交的生产,研究和娱乐计划扩大了农村公共空间的类型,为人,生态和地点之间的非常规互动创造了机会。该项目要求在河流洪水区内建立三角苜蓿生物量作物,并综合了生态恢复,知识生产,区域经济可持续性以及社会公平的进步。当在低氧环境中收获并燃烧时,柳条切割被转化为生物炭,这是一种螯合碳,源于农业作物的土壤改良剂,并降低淤泥/沙尘型材的灌溉需求。在确认利用景观管理火灾的土着实践中,每年的火灾仪式节标志着烧伤赛的开始,庆祝密苏里河谷景观和农村文化的相互依存性质。

Honor Awards

蓝色走廊作为工业社区电枢:水和社交网络的弹性转化

Gegu, Tianjin, China
youzi xu,学生asla;Ziyy Huang,学生Asla
教师顾问s: Muhan Cui, ASLA; Nicola Saladino; Chen Chen; Ellen Neises
宾夕法尼亚大学

Bringing “Wetness” Back into the City

SantAdriàdebessss,巴塞罗那,西班牙
Lok Tim Chan,学生Asla;Eric Zhenrui Mei,学生Asla;Echo兴剑王,学生Asla
教师顾问s: Maria Goula
Cornell University

大坝(M / N)ED地球

Owens Valley, California, United States
Jared Edgar Mcknight,asla助理
教师顾问s: Aroussiak Gabrielian, ASLA
University of Southern California

Laces, Ties and Knots

克利夫兰,俄亥俄州,美国
陕西山;新悦(希望)沉,学生Asla;荔枝咀,学生Asla
教师顾问:Mitch Glass,Asla
Cornell University

面具与荒漠化之间的互动:蒙古牧民的家庭沙拉范例

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Xi Zhao; Xue Li; Xinyu Yang; Qiong Wang, Student International ASLA; Lu Chen
教师顾问s: Zheng Li; Linhao Cai; Wei Duan; Xiangrong Wang; Liang Li; Yun Qian
北京林业大学

Wildlife Lives Matter: Hedgehog-Aided Design in Urban Areas

Ipswich,萨福克,英格兰
Xinyue Wang; Xindi Zhang; Chenyue Zhang; Muwen Qin; Meisi Wang; Shuyu Wei
教师顾问s: Jun Zhai
Soochow University

住宅设计类别

Honor Awards

The Death and Life of Water: Improving Water Use in Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India
Chenjie Xiong
教师顾问:MaríaGonzálezAlanguren;Pankaj Vir Gupta
弗吉尼亚大学

城市设计类别

Award of Excellence

景观建筑解决方案,用于恢复无家可归者和优化废物流

洛杉矶,加利福尼亚州,美国
赵周,学生国际ASLA;杨津江,学生国际阿萨拉;Lyuyuan jia,学生国际asla;莱基钱,学生国际阿萨拉;科克辛王,学生国际asla
教师顾问s: Lin Qing; Xiangrong Wang, ASLA
北京林业大学


Skid Row gathers a large number of homeless people, and the tents occupy the entire city blocks. These makeshift shelters for the city's homeless are now an almost permanent fixture of the city's landscape, with piles of waste among them, which leads to a huge negative impact on city appearance, residents' commuting, life security, public health and social relations. The governors have published a series of policies to make the city better, but there are no obvious effects.

该项目建立了现场废物处理和重用机制,并建立了未来的家园,试图重用废物以创造基于现有的单楼停车场,荒地和周围建筑物的住宿和改革公共环境。这些策略应对帐篷占用和垃圾倾倒的问题,巧妙地倾倒,这也回复了“零废物洛杉矶”。与此同时,它提供了住宅和工作机会的无家可归的人,恢复区域景观,并创造了各种社会活动的良性周期,以便可持续地为城市景观和社会关系重塑健康,平衡和可持续发展。

Honor Awards

绿色融合 - 斋浦尔的弹性走廊

Jaipur, India
Chaoming Li, Student ASLA; Xuefei Yang
教师顾问s: Maria Gonzalez Aranguren; Pankaj Vir Gupta
弗吉尼亚大学

Landscapes of Inclusion and Connections for Self-Constructed Settlements in Quito, Ecuador

Quito, Ecuador
Mingyang Sun, Student ASLA; Siying Xu, Student ASLA; Shiqi Ming
教师顾问:David Gouverneur
宾夕法尼亚大学

Rebirth of the “Holy Water”: Landscape as a Solution to Regain Clean Water and Revitalize Urban Culture in Varanasi, India

Varanasi, India
Huaize Ye; Nannan Ge; Jing Ren; Guangliang Hu; Yue Zhou
教师顾问s: Jun Zhai
Soochow University

减少自发定居点的暴力:公共空间战略

Caracas, Venezuela
Grace Morazzani Diaz,学生Asla
教师顾问s: Sara Jacobs; Elisa Silva
University of British Columbia

Analysis and Planning Category

Award of Excellence

Paddock Rewilding: An Agri-wilding Scenario for a Regenerative Rural Heritage Landscape in Post-productivist Cambrian Mountains, Wales

英国威尔士山脉
Shing Chun Chu
教师顾问:Xiaozuan Lu,Asla
University of Hong Kong


Does an antidote to our landscape exist to mend the impairment that was orchestrated by us? Under all the challenges of extreme weather, mass extinctions, severe pollutions - Global authorities are pulling out all the stops, desparately, to hopefully evade the ghastly future.

重新加工,一种促进纪律的新型生态为中心的方法 - 将原始荒野引入人性,并允许开放式自然过程以最少的人类对照重新获得统治,这一方法由于欧洲边缘的农田遗弃而蓬勃发展,同时引发了与生活在文化饱和土地的农民的辩论,历史上有着积极的管理,生产和环境之间的困境永远不会得到解决。

Paddock Rewildinginvestigates a middle ground to mediate and create synergies in two conceptually polarised value systems of heritage landscape and rewilding. Inspired by the indigenous pathway of ‘shifting cultivation’, this project examines how larger territories can be elaborated into a ‘permanently impermanent’ rotational scenario between ‘Rewilding’ and ‘Dewilding’, to offer a possible alternative to envision a balancing and sustainable land management typology.

Honor Awards

A New Solution Based On Locust Outbreak

Lodwar,肯尼亚
Chaoqun Lin, Student ASLA; Zhen Hu; Ying Luo; Shengxu Zhao; Hongchao Xin; Yu Zhang
教师顾问:Joseph Ewan,Asla;刘晓明;魏明郭
Arizona State University
北京林业大学Jiangnan University

森林,人类,火

中国四川凉山
君尧仁;鑫刘;Zifan王
教师顾问s: Xinqi Zhuang
华中农业大学

Kingsbury Run Nature Reserve:集体重新想象

克利夫兰,俄亥俄州,美国
Lok Tim Chan,学生Asla;Eric Zhenrui Mei,学生Asla;Echo兴剑王,学生Asla
教师顾问:Mitch Glass,Asla
Cornell University

土地权利归还:鳄梨发热后的土地恢复

Cabildo, Chile
Junhui Zhang, Student ASLA; Hanyun Jiang; Yimiao Yao
教师顾问s: Xinqi Zhuang
Chongqing University

Run With The Flood: A Symbiosis System of Flood Mitigation and Salmon Habitat Restoration

Tillamook County, Oregon, United States
Mengqing Yu, Student International ASLA; Hui Tang; Xiting Huang; Yuling Song; Chang Liu; Qiaoyun Lu
教师顾问s: Jun Zhai
Soochow University

The Death and Life of Great American Barges

Mississippi River Basin, United States
Weicong Huang
教师顾问:Derek Hoeferlin,Associate Asla
Washington University in St. Louis

Research Category

Award of Excellence

Criminalized For Their Very Existence: The Spatial Politics of Homelessness

Skid Row, Los Angeles, California, United States
Jared Edgar Mcknight,asla助理
教师顾问:Katy Foley;唱歌
University of Southern California


最大的聚集66年洛杉矶县的设置,000+ unhoused individuals resides in the streets of Skid Row, an ‘unofficial containment zone’ for homelessness. For as long as it takes to deliver a housing solution, unhoused communities will continue to suffer at the hands of our codified systems of regulations, like the LA Municipal Code (LAMC). Enduring discrimination for their very existence, unhoused individuals must navigate the LAPD’s yearly 14,000+ misdemeanor arrests attributed to ‘quality of life’ violations that prohibit sitting, lying, or sleeping on sidewalks (LAMC§41.18), but to identify as LGBTQIA+ and unhoused means to be doubly discriminated against. LGBTQIA+ individuals (and the 40% of unhoused youths who identify as LGBTQIA+) are further oppressed by hate crimes, threats of physical violence, and tensions that encourage many to conceal their own identities in order to access resources, and survive. This research spatializes the LAMC, designing a survival guide for the unhoused to more safely negotiate our civic spaces, and stake a more dignified claim in a landscape that so strictly governs their ability to even exist.

Honor Awards

塑料后:冰川前陆的花园

Aletsch Glacier, Switzerland
Andreea Vasile-Hoxha, Associate ASLA
教师顾问s: Rosalea Monacella
哈佛大学

藻类作为代理人

South Florida, United States
Aaron Woolverton, Student ASLA
教师顾问s: Michael Geffel, ASLA; Jun Hak Lee
俄勒冈大学

Foreground for Mosses: Designing 3D Printed Clay Bryobricks to Enhance the Built Environment

Eugene, Oregon, United States
Heather R. Tietz, Student ASLA
教师顾问s: David Buckley Borden, ASLA
俄勒冈大学

Communications Category

Award of Excellence

Mud Gallery

奥林匹亚,华盛顿,美国
Alanna Matteson, Student ASLA; Zoe Kasperzyk; Danielle Dolbow
教师顾问s: Ken Yocom, ASLA; Jeff Hou, ASLA
University of Washington


Mud Gallery is the outcome of a year-long group capstone project that celebrates the beauty and life that could return to the waters of the Washington State Capitol with the restoration of the Deschutes Estuary. Currently the biggest obstacles to restoring the Deschutes Estuary are public perceptions of mud and concerns about the odor and appearance of the estuary at low tide. Mud Gallery takes a year’s worth of our own mud-centered art explorations and transforms them into novel community outreach methods designed to engage the public imagination and get people excited about the mud of a restored Deschutes Estuary.

Honor Awards

Be-living: How to Interpret Ecological 'Fangsheng' to Buddhists

Shanghai, China
Yuxiang Dong,学生国际ASLA;瑞林朱,学生国际阿萨拉;艾刘,学生国际阿萨拉;Shuaiqi xia,学生国际ASLA;卢奇尧陈
教师顾问:杰沉
同济大学

为了鸟类

Champaign, Illinois, United States
Elias Martin; Cate Meersman, Student ASLA; Hailey Malone
教师顾问s: Dede Fairchild Ruggles
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Student Collaboration Category

Honor Awards

Humans and Birds in a Cycle — A Sustainable Waste stream and Habitat Network Planning for Aves in Shanghai

Shanghai, China
Shuyu Hou; Linfeng Huang; Ruiyang Li, Student International ASLA; Xiaofeng Zhang
教师顾问:Yufei Ding;Zhicong Zhao;瑞阳
Tsinghua University
The University of AdelaideShandong Jianzhu University

Magical Foodscape: A Guidebook for Re-planning the Cities Based on the Culture, Food and the Built Environment

Chengdu, Xi'an, Wuhan, and Shanghai, China
Mingze陈、学生国际美国;宇轩Cai; Zheng Yin, Student Affiliate ASLA; Siyi Chen; Yuxi Wang; Yiling Zhang; Junwen Zheng; Lan Yao; Zhi Wang, Student International ASLA; Yue Zhang, Student ASLA; Rui Wang; Shengqian Wang; Muyun Zhu; Jing Pang; Lingzhi Liu
教师顾问:西魏沉,阿斯洛
上海交通大学

Retreat: Defining Quadra Island's Rural Identity

Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada
雅宫蔡;Szu Hsuan Lee.
教师顾问s: Rebecca Popowsky; Mayur Mehta
宾夕法尼亚大学

Student Community Service Category

Award of Excellence

A Garden Can Cultivate an Inmate: Reimagining Youth Incarceration

San Luis Obispo, California, United States
Sarah Maloney
教师顾问s: David Watts, ASLA
Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo


The United States incarcerates more juveniles than any other nation in the world, with nearly 50,000 minors held in detention centers on any given day. This constitutes a mass incarceration crisis which is in dire need of creative reform and interdisciplinary solutions.

Developing effective rehabilitation programs is central in preventing criminal re-offense and providing a path to a better life for millions of affected Americans. A society which truly values its children should value restorative justice over harsh punishment, especially since youth offenders are particularly vulnerable to entering the cycle of adult incarceration.

This research-based landscape architecture project proposes therapeutic gardening curriculum as a strategy for youth rehabilitation. While prison gardens certainly cannot solve all the problems associated with incarceration, they can significantly alleviate mental stress, build valuable skills, and help youth cope with life inside and outside prison.

Design that stands for unconditional compassion is powerful. Providing access to nature and green space for every member of society is a fundamental goal of landscape architecture, which includes those who commit crime.

Honor Awards

Back to Nature: An Urban Garden that Reconnects Children to Nature and Enhances the Wellbeing of the Community

Guangzhou, Guangdon Province, China
Siyi Feng; Beibei Tao; Zhijun Liu, Student International ASLA; Wanshi Huang; Jiaqi Shi; Jiamei Zhao; Muhua Chen; Junying Feng; Haohua Li; Hongyan Liu; Wenqi Wen; Xieqi Xuan; Jiangtao Li; Zhiming Liu; Zexuan Lin; Zishang Huang; Lu Lu; Jieyu Rao
教师顾问:慧堂
South China Agricultural University

Celebrating Memory + Connecting Community + Creating Beauty

国会山,西雅图,华盛顿,美国
Adrianna Scott, Student ASLA; Kasia Cassidy; Kayla Powlesland, Student ASLA; Ky Nguyen; Laura Keil, Student ASLA; Omar Estrada, Student ASLA; Sidney Greenslate, Student ASLA; Sofia Segebre, Student ASLA; Stephanie Sells; Tyler Poland; Zach Meyers
教师顾问s: Daniel Winterbottom, FASLA
University of Washington

Growing with Nature:School Cotton Field for Nature-based Learning

Haidian District, Beijing, China
新悦锣;兴润A;新鑫陈;张璐;Shifan Liang;安南李;林王;Zekuan Deng;焦旭;天云璐
教师顾问s: Xuesong Xi
China Agricultural University