Nov 16, 2011
Seth Crawford (M.U.D., urban design, 2011) won a design award from the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for a project completed in Urban Design Studio II. He received the award in a ceremony at the ASLA Tri-State Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nov 15, 2011
Seth Crawford (M.U.D., urban design, 2011) helped build a comprehensive master plan model for Beaufort, South Carolina - a responsibility he obtained through a SCAD internship.
May 20, 2011
M.U.D. student Seth Crawford has been awarded a Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects Tri-State student design award for his project "A New Park for Santa Monica."
Jun 10, 2010
Frederique Turnier (M.Arch., 2010) won the Dean’s Award for Urban Design for her thesis project. The award is given for excellence and inspiring achievement in all areas of a thesis investigation including conceptual framework, design process, application and presentation.
May 3, 2010
The American Institute of Architects awarded Sottile and Sottile, an urban design firm headed by SCAD professor and alumnus Christian Sottile (M.Arch., 1997), with the 2010 AIA National Honor Awards for Regional and Urban Design for their work on the Savannah East Riverfront Extension.
Apr 1, 2010
Urban design firm Sottile and Sottile, headed by SCAD professor and alumnus Christian Sottile (M.Arch., 1997), developed with associate firm Niles Bolton Associates, the Civic Master Plan for the East Riverfront Extension for the City of Savannah. The plan establishes a framework for development from historic downtown into former industrial land.
Mar 23, 2010
Abdalellah Aboqura (M.U.D., 2009) and Abdullah S. Alghamdi (M.U.D., 2009) have been appointed urban designers for the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
May 20, 2007
The June 5 edition of The Tribune-Georgian featured an article about urban design graduate student Molly Clendenin and her design plans for a revitalization of the downtown area in St. Mary's, Ga.
Apr 13, 2007
Savannah River Landing is the planned 54-acre, mixed-use extension of downtown Savannah, making it the first development of its kind to the area in 150 years. The site was the vision of city founder Gen. James Oglethorpe as garden lots to be granted to the town's settlers, will emulate his original blueprint for downtown by extending the city into a series of additional wards, according to Christian Sottile (M.Arch., 1997), principal of Sottile and Sottile Urban Design and a professor at SCAD. Two hotels, luxury riverfront estates, condominiums, lofts, Savannah townhomes, luxury retail, dining and Class A office spaces are included in the design.