Ross selected to "green" grounds of US mission in Geneva

Natalie Ross, third-year Master of Landscape Architecture student, is one of eight MLA students from across the US selected for an internship to "green" the grounds of the US Mission in Geneva, Switzerland. The project, developed in partnership with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), will demonstrate the mission's commitment to sustainable design and showcase American design expertise. ASLA will bring this group of US landscape architecture students to Geneva for two weeks to research the site; conduct a design charrette; create a five-phase, iterative implementation plan; and oversee and participate in first steps of design implementation. The students will present their designs to the US Ambassador to Geneva at the end of the two-week charrette.

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