Archive | Mandy Rounsefell’s introduction to Landscape Architecture Australia 129.
Projects | Tempe MacGowan reviews BVN’s masterplan in early 2011. Since then Fitzpatrick + Partners has undertaken a new masterplan.
Awards | The 2011 AILA Queensland state awards were announced on 27 May 2011.
Review | Dominique Ghiggi’s book explores tree production and its scientific, technological, historical and cultural background.
Archive | Events for your diary from the August 2011 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Projects | Deicke Richards has created a generous shade structure that provides a transition space for pedestrians.
Archive | News stories from Landscape Architecture Australia 131.
Projects | This corporate industrial park by Gamble McKinnon Green shows industry being woven into a backdrop of vegetation and wetlands.
Projects | A series of sculptures along Tasmania’s Battery Point waterfront explores the treasured and varied past of the area.
Review | Renowned art critic Martin Gayford calls Destination Art “a book that in a modest way could change your life.”
Projects | A rooftop garden by Bent Architecture provides a welcoming retreat from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne city life below.
Review | This manual for Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) focuses on innovative water management for the city of the future.
Review | This book celebrates the artists, activists and architects behind projects that bring nature back into the city.
Review | An exhibition at the Garden Museum in London and Il Giardino delle Vergini demonstrate Piet Oudolf’s gardens as performances in time.
Projects | Twelve kilometres south of the Sydney CBD, Port Botany has experienced a transformation by AECOM that aims to unify the site.
News | The Landscape Australia Expo has been recognized at the 2011 Exhibitions and Events Association of Australasia awards.
People | Taylor Brammer incorporates a sense of site history into its proposals, and has done many heritage and conservation projects.
People | Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.
Review | Six practitioners explore ways in which contemporary designers can work beyond and across disciplines.
Projects | Oculus explores how Franklin Wharf is, and could be, simultaneously occupied by members of the public and local dock workers.