Every year, the bdla (Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten) Bavaria Award honours outstanding bachelor's and master's theses.
This young talent award recognises work that describes new fields of activity for landscape architects, demonstrates trend-setting design solutions or scientific methods, or has a particular practical application.
In the context of the Award 2020, two master's theses by graduates of the IMLA (International Master of Landscape Architecture) programme were among the four awarded prizes:
Sarah Maria Jankowski received the prize for her master's thesis on the subject of
SARAJEVO - THE CITY AS CAMPUS
University Locations as Impulses for Sustainable Urban Development
The thesis was supervised by Prof. Ingrid Schegk and Prof. Christoph Jensen (both HSWT).
Raphaela Roming was awarded for her Master's thesis
CLIMATE RESPONSIVE DESIGN - Landscape Architecture for Climate Protection
Development of Planning Strategies for the Climate-Optimised Design of Open Spaces
supervised by Prof. Ingrid Schegk (HSWT) as first examiner and Prof. Dr. Hendrik Laue as second examiner (TH Ostwestfalen-Lippe).
Further information on the results of the bdla Bavaria Award as well as detailed descriptions of the award-winning works can be found under this link: