This year's Haraya exhibit crop stems out from four major Landscape Architecture design classes. The fourth year or graduating students are represented by the thesis outputs from LA 199.1 and continued in LArch 199.2. The second year class of LA 22 outlines actual proposals for the Kalinga Day Care Center in the University. The first year design classes of LA 11 and LA 12 display their efforts in tackling pocket landscape areas in two separate sites.
The year's B.L.A. Thesis 2020 was particularly completed and submitted as a compendium composed of electronic versions of the students’ book, presentation and oral defense. A true testament to hard work and dedication amidst the challenges.
Message from the Landscape Architecture Faculty
The year 2020 is truly proving to be a roller coaster ride for the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLArch) students. Despite the challenges experienced, it is clearly evident in the works displayed by our eager and hardworking students that they are very much capable as guided by their Landscape Architecture faculty - be it in the design classes or other LA major subjects.
We are proud to introduce this year's product of hard work, a labor of dedication from our Landscape Architecture Students!