UF Landscape Architecture Students Submit Design Ideas for Law School Woods Project

Published: October 29th, 2007

Category: News

Architecture StudentsA landscape architecture design studio comprising of 32 students under the direction of Professors Tina Gurucharri and Kevin Thompson gathered in the UF Law Faculty Dining Room Oct. 19 to brainstorm design concepts for the environmental restoration of the Law School Woods that are consistent with the area’s campus master plan status as a “conservation area.” The project is managed by third-year law student Ashley Henry under a grant to the Environmental and Land Use Law Society from UF Student Government and the UF Office of Facilities and Planning. A final plan will be selected by representatives the law school, Golfview Neighborhood Association, Baby Gator and others, and submitted to the Office of Facilities and Planning. Pictured above is third-year landscape architecture student Sarah Andrews.

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