2003 Wayne Grace Student Competition
Type: Open, anonymous
Eligibility: The competition is open to any student or team of students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate Landscape Architectural Degree Program.
30 Apr 2003 (5 pm) - Submission deadline
Awards: Up to 4 prizes of $1,000 each
Objective : "to gather outstanding examples of landscape architectural work which clearly demonstrate in words and images that can be easily understood by the public, regulators, landscape architects and other design professionals how the practice of landscape architecture and licensing affects the quality of life."
Program: Submissions may pertain to any project which affects the natural and built environment and has a demonstrated, positive im-pact on the quality of life of the public.
Submission Requirements: Drawings - Submissions must contain a rendered site plan and other drawings as required to demonstrate the existing conditions and the design of the proposed project. Submissions must include no more than four, 20" x 30" (or metric equivalent) drawings. Drawings should be mounted on illustration or foam core boards. Entries that exceed the size requirement will not be considered for an award.
Essay: Submissions must include an essay communicating to the public how the project reflects considerations for the natural environment, how the project will influence the quality of life of the users and how the knowledge and skills required to produce the project relate to those tested on the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (L.A.R.E.).
Essays must be typed, double spaced and no more than 1,000 words in length. Please include a printed copy of the essay as well as an electronic copy on a floppy disk.
Send submissions to:
The Foundation c/o CLARB
2003 Student Design Competition
144 Church Street NW, Suite 201
Vienna, VA 22180