AILA national president Niall Simpson’s introduction to the February 2012 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
News stories from Landscape Architecture Australia 133.
A diary of events from the February 2012 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Biodiversity loss is a genuine concern, but is a blanket approach to its reinstatement the ideal landscape management plan?
In Brisbane’s Highgate Hill, several organizations hope to turn a busy road into a common.
The 2011 winners of the Landscape Architecture Australia Prize for Design Communication.
The 2011 AILA South Australia State Awards were announced on 29 October 2011 at the Science Exchange, Adelaide.
The 2011 AILA New South Wales State Awards were announced on 8 December 2011 at Simmer on the Bay, Walsh Bay, Sydney.
The 2011 AILA Tasmania State Awards were announced on 17 November 2011 at the Hobart Function Centre, Elizabeth Street Pier.
The 2011 AILA Victoria State Awards were announced on 11 November 2011 at Mural Hall, Melbourne.
Exploring “resilience,” the 2011 International Urban Design Conference featured speakers from around the world.
The Gold Coast Urban Design Awards were announced on 23 September 2011.
For over twenty years, WA firm Blackwell and Associates has aimed to create work with “a greater authenticity to a place.”
Five winning installations by interdisciplinary teams encouraged creative participation with Sydney’s urban life.
This park by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture uses materials that celebrate the character of the site.
This memorial designed by Katherine Rekaris Landscape Architecture is dedicated to 70,000 Australian ex-servicewomen.
How are Australia’s numerous coastal populations planning for rising sea levels and coping with development pressures?
Aspect Studios creates a civic waterfront parklands for the Tweed Shire community.
This issue of the annual journal produced by RMIT University looks at the interaction between nature and technology.
This collection of works by Hargreaves Associates shows how the firm has developed over its two-decade history.
This book shows how a well-designed “secret garden” can work to define the overall character of a house.
This collection of projects explores the phenomenon of shade.
A chronological collection of plans, drawings and case studies that captures the “dynamic experience of space.”
Featured in Landscape Architecture Australia issue 133.
A celebration of the life and work of a talented, generous collaborator and leader of the landscape architecture community.