Tuesday, February 5, 2013

NC State Students Participate in ULI Competition

A big shout out to all of the students that participated in the 2013 The ULI/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. The competition challenges graduate students from various disciplines to explore new ways to engage urban spaces and redefine responsible land use. For two weeks, M.Arch, MLA, MBA and City Planning students collaborated forming 8 teams to represent NC State. During this time students worked tirelessly to research, design, and propose a design and development program for a real-life large-scale urban situation. The ULI competition has been an annual opportunity for students at NC State. Interested students are highly encouraged to participate next spring. The final proposals and presentation boards for the 8 teams are displayed in the Brooks Gallery in front of the COD library. For those of you who have not already seen the work on display you must! During the final push of the project, AGSA officers supported the participating students’ efforts by delivering 8 gallons of coffee and baked goods. Don’t forget to check out the amazing work in the Brooks Gallery while it lasts! 

AGSA members deliver coffee and cookies 

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