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UH Architecture Student Wins 2007 AIA Houston Student Design Award

Fizza Hasan is a fourth year student in the UH Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture. Her design, "Hydroponics Lab" was awarded a 2007 AIA Houston Design Award in the student category.

Architecture model 'Southside'

Southside: A frontal view of fourth year architecture student Fizza Hasan's "Hydroponics Lab." Hasan's project cleanses polluted water from a Queens, New York retention area and creates greens space for the public. Her design was recognized with a 2007 AIA Houston Design Award.


Eye Level: A view inside fourth year architecture student Fizza Hasan's "Hydroponics Lab," which was awarded a 2007 AIA Houston Design Award in the student category. The project stemmed from a real-world challenge at a Queens, New York polluted retention area. Hasan's design cleanses the water using reverse osmosis plants and uses the cleansed water to support a fruit and vegetable green space for the public.

 


Front: Fourth year architecture student Fizza Hasan created a design to renew and reuse polluted waters from Dutch Canals in Queens, New York. She was awarded a 2007 AIA Houston Design Award in the Student category. Her design uses reverse osmosis plants to cleanse contaminated waters. Those waters then support a hydroponics garden of fruits and vegetables.