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Landscape Architecture

Facilities

Burruss Hall
The Program's administrative and faculty offices, doctoral graduate student offices, seminar rooms, and the Landscape Architecture Research Lab are located at the rear of Burruss Hall directly across the Plaza from Cowgill Hall. Also located in Burruss Hall is the Program's archive and a digital media room with a large-format drum scanner, large-format photocopy machine, and photo quality plotter.



Collegiate Square Studio
Students in each academic year of the graduate and undergraduate program have a dedicated studio workspace at the Program's Collegiate Square Studio, a 9,000 square foot leased academic facility, located approximately 3 blocks from Cowgill and Burruss Halls. Students are grouped by academic year, and the open environment offers graduate and undergraduate students substantial opportunity for collaboration, the sharing of ideas, peer support, study, and reflective critiques. The Collegiate Square Studio also offers instructional support facilities and equipment including wireless Internet, two electrostatic plotters, a medium-format drum scanner, flatbed scanners, and color and black-and-white laser printers supported by a limited number of designated computer workstations. Each student’s studio desk is supplied with surge-protected power. The studio also includes a reading/reference area, a small but well-equipped model shop, and a laser cutter for model making. A student lounge area and vending machines are also provided.



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WAACOutside Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center
The Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center (WAAC) is located at 1001, 601, and 1021 Prince Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. This extended campus facility houses the first professional MLA degree program program. Undergraduate students may also spend one semester studying in the interdisciplinary studios offered at the WAAC.
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