Student Designers

 JOSHUA BLACK

JOSHUA BLACK

 TAYLOR FEHMEL

TAYLOR FEHMEL

 PHILLIP FERNBERG

PHILLIP FERNBERG

 PEIHONG HAN

PEIHONG HAN

 CHADD HIPPENSTEEL

CHADD HIPPENSTEEL

 SURABHI JAIN

SURABHI JAIN

 XIAOMAN JI

XIAOMAN JI

 KADE JONES

KADE JONES

 GURKIRAT KAUR

GURKIRAT KAUR

 sOPHIE LOTT

sOPHIE LOTT

 YUTA MASAKANE

YUTA MASAKANE

 MAI NGUYEN

MAI NGUYEN

 MURONG XU

MURONG XU

 YUE ZHANG

YUE ZHANG

 YONGQIN ZHAO

YONGQIN ZHAO

 

Faculty

 lake douglas

lake douglas

 

Lake Douglas, PhD, ASLA, is a professor of landscape architecture and associate dean of research and development at the LSU College of Art & Design. He received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from LSU, a Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a PhD in Urban Studies/Urban History from the University of New Orleans. His current research involves documenting cultural landscapes of the Gulf South through investigations of public spaces, domestic gardens, people, and written evidence. Douglas is actively involved in grassroots efforts to enhance and increase public open space in New Orleans. A licensed landscape architect, Douglas has published numerous articles; books and book chapters; critical essays; and reviews in national and international anthologies, professional journals, and popular publications, receiving regional and national awards. He most recently co-authored the book Buildings of New Orleans (2018) with Karen Kingsley of Tulane University.


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