2015 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards

The 2015 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards were announced by the Victorian chapter of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects on Friday 16 October. The awards took place as part of the 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life.

Across six categories, 13 projects were recognized by the jury. More than half of all projects submitted were in the design category, ranging from urban plazas and national parks to playgrounds and temporary installations. GASP! Stage 2 by McGregor Coxall was judged the creme of the crop, taking out the highest accolade in the design category, for creating a “spectacular setting for art, sculpture and experience.”

A number projects in Melbourne’s Docklands were particular standouts for the jury who noted that they “clearly demonstrated the public realm benefits to be gained by engaging over the long term in the area.”

The winners are:

GASP! Stage 2 by McGregor Coxall with architecture by Room11.

GASP! Stage 2 by McGregor Coxall with architecture by Room11.

Image: Tourism Victoria (Julia Smith)

Design

Victoria Excellence Award Landscape Architecture

GASP! Stage 2 – McGregor Coxall

Awards

108 Flinders Street – Tract Consultants

Art Technology Science - Chapel Interface – Orchard Design

Return to Royal ParkCity of Melbourne

Richmond Terrace Park – Hansen Partnership

Zinc House by Tract Consultants.

Zinc House by Tract Consultants.

Image: Tract Consultants

Residential Design

Victoria Edna Walling Award for Residential Designed Landscapes

Zinc HouseTract Consultants

Medibank Place by Hassell.

Medibank Place by Hassell.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Urban Design

Awards

Linking Docklands – City of Melbourne

Medibank PlaceHassell

Victoria Harbour - City Quarter – Aspect Studios and Oculus

Shipwreck Coast Master Plan by McGregor Coxall.

Shipwreck Coast Master Plan by McGregor Coxall.

Planning

Victoria Excellence Award Landscape Architecture

Shipwreck Coast Master Plan – McGregor Coxall

Award

Enhancing Swan Hill Lights: Swan Hill Sustainable Lighting Strategy – Pollen Studio

Shrine 5 Year Tree Plan by Rush Wright Associates.

Shrine 5 Year Tree Plan by Rush Wright Associates.

Image: Michael Wright

Land Management

Award

Shrine 5 Year Tree Plan – Rush Wright Associates

Research and Communication

Award

Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Service WallSinatra Murphy

Future Leader

Nirvana Hrustanovic

President’s Award

Adam Nitschke

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