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LArch fifth-year Madl wins second prize in Penn State Libraries research competition

Andrew Madl (fifth-year LArch) earned second prize in Penn State Libraries' Annual Library Award for Undergraduate Research on Sustainability and the Environment. Madl’s work and interest in design is heavily influenced by the artwork of Salvador Dali, with the goal of transforming everyday spaces into unique spatial experiences.

Over the past five years, Madl has held internships with Michael van Valkenburgh Associates and Landworks Studio. He has been awarded the 2014 Golumbic Scholarship from the Pennsylvania State University College of Arts and Architecture and a Pennsylvania/Delaware ASLA Honor Award. After graduation, Madl will be attending the Harvard Graduate School of Design for graduate studies.

Read the official Libraries release:
http://sites.psu.edu/librarynews/2015/04/27/sustainability-award-winners-announced