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2016 SA Landscape Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of the 2016 South Australian Landscape Architecture Awards.

The awards recognize the powerful contribution landscape architecture projects make to enhancing South Australia’s liveability, economic development and global profile.

Awards were received by projects that promoted transformational design and green infrastructure excellence to politically challenging projects of scale and complexity. AILA presented 16 awards across seven categories, showcasing landscape architecture’s ability to work across all scales and contexts and create innovative, diverse natural environments.

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The jury noted the winning projects’ use of community engagement. “A key aspect in the success of the awarded projects is the facilitation of engagement, with community taking an active role in the shaping of public spaces,” the jury said.

Projects that received an award of excellence or award at state level will now proceed through to the national awards, to take place in the second half of the year. One project will then be awarded the best landscape architecture project in the country.

Flinders University and Hub Plaza by Oxigen in association with Woods Bagot.

Flinders University and Hub Plaza by Oxigen in association with Woods Bagot.

Image: Peter Barnes

Civic Landscape

Award of Excellence

Flinders University and Hub Plaza – Oxigen in association with Woods Bagot

Awards

Anzac Centenary Memorial Walk – Tract Consultants

Rundle Mall – Hassell

Ergo Apartments Public Realm – Tract Consultants

Henley Square by City of Charles Sturt and TCL / Troppo.

Henley Square by City of Charles Sturt and TCL / Troppo.

Image: Sam Noonan

Parks and Open Space

Award of Excellence

Henley Square – City of Charles Sturt and TCL / Troppo

Awards

Glenelg Foreshore Playspace – Wax Design

Oaklands Recreation Plaza – City of Marion / Outerspace Landscape Architects

Keyneton Wind Farm Landscape Character and Visual by Wax Design / BGLA.

Keyneton Wind Farm Landscape Character and Visual by Wax Design / BGLA.

Image: Keyneton Wind Farm Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment

Infrastructure

Award of Excellence

Keyneton Wind Farm Landscape Character and Visual – Wax Design / BGLA

Adelaide Airport Landside by TCL with Woodhead Architects, Mark Stoner and Waterforms Australia.

Adelaide Airport Landside by TCL with Woodhead Architects, Mark Stoner and Waterforms Australia.

Image: Ben Wrigley

Tourism

Award of Excellence

Adelaide Airport Landside – TCL with Woodhead Architects, Mark Stoner and Waterforms Australia

Award

Adelaide Zoo Nature’s Playground – Wax Design

Riverbank Pedestrian Precinct Bridge by TCL with TZG Architects, Aurecon and Karl Telfer.

Riverbank Pedestrian Precinct Bridge by TCL with TZG Architects, Aurecon and Karl Telfer.

Image: John Gollings

Urban Design

Award of Excellence

Riverbank Pedestrian Precinct Bridge – TCL with TZG Architects, Aurecon and Karl Telfer

Award

Unley Central Precinct Plan – TCL with City of Unley

The Adelaide Design Manual by Design and Strategy, Adelaide City Council.

The Adelaide Design Manual by Design and Strategy, Adelaide City Council.

Image: Stephanie Rogers

Research, Policy and Communications

Award of Excellence

The Adelaide Design ManualDesign and Strategy, Adelaide City Council

Communities

Award of Excellence

River and Coastal Communities Urban Design Framework and Master Plans – Outerspace Landscape Architects, Masterplan and Ian Robertson Design

Awards

Resthaven Paradise – DesignWell Landscape Architects

DECD Preschool Outdoor Learning Areas – JPE Design Studio

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