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2011 AILA New South Wales State Awards

The 2011 AILA New South Wales State Awards were announced on 8 December 2011 at Simmer on the Bay, Walsh Bay, Sydney.

New South Wales Medal for Landscape Architecture: Aspect Studios with Tweed Shire Council for Jack Evans Boat Harbour – Tweed Heads

Award for Excellence for Design in Landscape Architecture: Aspect Studios for Darling Quarter

Landscape Architecture Award for Design: Lake Macquarie City Council – City Design, Moir Landscape Architecture for Lake Macquarie Variety Playground

Landscape Architecture Award for Design: Spackman Mossop Michaels and Lahz Nimmo Architects in association with Sydney Catchment Authority for Warragamba Dam Parklands

Landscape Architecture Award for Design: McGregor Coxall for Australian Garden and New Entry National Gallery of Australia

Award for Excellence for Urban Design in Landscape Architecture: Scott Carver for Hunter Street Revitalisation – Contextual and Strategic Frameworks

Landscape Architecture Award for Urban Design: McGregor Coxall for Parramatta River Urban Design Strategy

Landscape Architecture Award for Urban Design: Aspect Studios and Oculus for Victoria Harbour Master Plan

Award for Excellence for Planning: McGregor Coxall for Callan Park Master Plan

Landscape Architecture Award for Planning: Spackman Mossop Michaels for South West Growth Centres Road Network

Landscape Architecture Award for Planning: McGregor Coxall for Itaoui Woodland Park

Future Leaders Graduate Award: Linden Crane

Future Leaders Student Award: Jason Cuffe (First Prize) and Sam Westlake (Second Prize)

NSW Minister for Planning and Infrastructure’s Sydney Greenspace Award: Warringah Council and Aspect Studios for Narrabeen Lagoon Multi-Use Trail Stage 1

RTA Award for Excellence in Landscape Architecture on Road Transport Infrastructure Projects: Pod Landscape Architecture with GTA Consultants, Northrop Engineers and the City of Sydney for Bourke Street Cycleway, Woolloomooloo

President’s Award: Fiona Robbé

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Published online: 1 Feb 2012
Images: Simon Wood

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Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2012

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