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2011 AILA Victoria State Awards

The 2011 AILA Victoria State Awards were announced on 11 November 2011 at Mural Hall, Melbourne.

The Victoria Medal for Landscape Architecture: Taylor Cullity Lethlean partnered with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer for National Arboretum Canberra

The AILA National Award for Leadership in Public Infrastructure Design and Delivery: Vic Roads

Landscape Architecture Award for Design: Aspect Studios for 717 Bourke Street

Landscape Architecture Award for Urban Design: Jeavons Landscape Architects for Clifton Hill Railway Project Landscape

Landscape Architecture Award Design, (Urban Design): Simon Ellis Landscape Architect partnered with Kerstin Thompson Architects and Fiona Harrisson for Monash University Museum of Art, Ian Potter Sculpture Court; and Outlines Landscape Architecture for Dandenong Education Precinct

Landscape Architecture Award for Residential Design: Tract Consultants for Medhurst

Landscape Architecture Award for Planning: Urbis for Living Links Master Plan Corridor Identification and Analysis; Taylor Cullity Lethlean, partnered with David Hancocks and Peter Stroud for Ensessakotteh: Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre; and Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture for Bells Beach Coastal Management Plan and Master Plan

Landscape Architecture Award for Research and Communication: Zoë Metherell and the Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology for A Comparative Study of Melbourne’s Freeway Planting Designs – Implications for Biodiversity Conservation

Future Leaders Award Graduate: Mathew Leigh Fithall for Vicscape, Victorian Landscape Architectural Atlas



Published online: 1 Feb 2012
Images: Andrew Lloyd, John Gollings, Martin Reeves


Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2012

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