The Saltillo Public Space Design Guidelines developed by the Fall 2017 Advanced Landscape Architecture Design Studio, taught by Assistant Professor Gabriel Diaz Montemayor, ASLA, at the School of Architecture at UT Austin, was recognized with a 2018 ASLA national student honor award in the communications category.
This was a collaborative project in which all studio students worked towards the production of 5 booklets with the following topics: Analysis, Citizen Participation, Design, Construction and Maintenance. The work was done for, and supported, by the Municipal Planning Institute of Saltillo (IMPLAN). The booklets are available for download at IMPLAN's website here: http://www.implansaltillo.mx/gld
The student team was composed of: Haley Wagoner, Matthew Wagoner, Gabrielle Comeau, Roha Teferra, Emilie Potter, Kelsey Ross, Miles Payton, Rem Kielman, Huixiang Wang, Maria Pia Navarrete Garcia, Jiahui Huo, and Joy Wong.
You can read the official ASLA 2018 Student Award online publication here: https://www.asla.org/2018studentawards/495713-Public_Space_Design_Guidelines.html
The same work was recognized with an honorable mention at the Third Latin American Landscape Architecture Biennale in the publications category. The biennale is organized by the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) Americas Section and the Mexican Society of Landscape Architects (SAPM). The student work competed against professional and scholar works from all of the Latin American continent.
More infomation, in Spanish, here: https://www.sapm.com.mx/iii-bienal-latinoamericana-iii-blap/ganadores-1/