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2016 WA Landscape Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2016 Western Australian Landscape Architecture Awards.

The awards celebrate the best of the WA’s green, open and public spaces. The awards also recognize the leadership and innovation in landscape architecture projects and their capacity to enrich environments and enhance liveability, economic development and global profile.

Awards were given to projects that promoted quality of design in and around urban environments, and positively impacted the community by realizing the health, social and economic benefits of having green, open and public space in cities.

Projects that received an award of excellence or award at state level will proceed to the national awards, taking place later in the year, where one project will be awarded the best landscape architecture project in Australia.

The Gap and Natural Bridge by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

The Gap and Natural Bridge by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Image: Department of Parks and Wildlife

WA Medal

The Gap and Natural Bridge – Department of Parks and Wildlife

Fiona Stanley Hospital by Hassell.

Fiona Stanley Hospital by Hassell.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Civic Landscape

Award of Excellence

Fiona Stanley Hospital – Hassell

Award

Oxford Street Reserve – Blackwell and Associates

The Fitzgerald River National Park Improvement Project by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

The Fitzgerald River National Park Improvement Project by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Image: Dene Bingham

Parks and Open Space

Award of Excellence

The Fitzgerald River National Park Improvement Project – Department of Parks and Wildlife

Awards

Braithwaite Park Nature Play – Emerge Associates

Yanchep Golf Estate - Entry Pocket Park and Victory Park – Place Laboratory

Perth Airport - Airport Drive / Horrie Miller Drive / Terminal 2 by Hassell.

Perth Airport - Airport Drive / Horrie Miller Drive / Terminal 2 by Hassell.

Image: Douglas Mark Black

Infrastructure

Award of Excellence

Perth Airport - Airport Drive / Horrie Miller Drive / Terminal 2 – Hassell

Albany Enhancement Projects by Aecom and City of Albany.

Albany Enhancement Projects by Aecom and City of Albany.

Image: Albany Enhancement Projects

Cultural Heritage

Award of Excellence

Albany Enhancement Projects – Aecom and City of Albany

The Gap and Natural Bridge by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

The Gap and Natural Bridge by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Image: Department of Parks and Wildlife

Tourism

Award of Excellence

The Gap and Natural Bridge – Department of Parks and Wildlife

Award

Jetty to Jetty Trail - Shire of Broome – UDLA

Greater Curtin Master Plan by Aecom.

Greater Curtin Master Plan by Aecom.

Image: Aecom

Urban Design

Award of Excellence

Greater Curtin Master Plan – Aecom

Award

Elizabeth Quay – ARM and TCL

Research, Policy and Communication

Award of Excellence

Take Me to the River: The Story of Perth’s Foreshore – Julian Bolleter / Australian Urban Design Research Centre

Award

Public Parkland Planning and Design Guide (WA) – Aecom

Take Me to the River: The Story of Perth’s Foreshore by Julian Bolleter / Australian Urban Design Research Centre.

Take Me to the River: The Story of Perth’s Foreshore by Julian Bolleter / Australian Urban Design Research Centre.

Image: UWA Publishing

Withers Local Area Plan by UDLA.

Withers Local Area Plan by UDLA.

Image: UDLA

Communities

Award of Excellence

Withers Local Area Plan – UDLA

Tilly Caddy, wAILA Fresh and Emerge Associates.

Tilly Caddy, wAILA Fresh and Emerge Associates.

Image: Carla Ramsland

Graduate

Award of Excellence

Tilly Caddy – wAILA Fresh and Emerge Associates

Award

Samuel Harry

Esperance Waterfront by Hassell.

Esperance Waterfront by Hassell.

Image: Peter Bennetts

People’s Choice

Winner

Esperance Waterfront – Hassell

Runner-up

Guilford Grammar Prep School – Four Landscape Studio

Third Place

Fiona Stanley Hospital – Hassell

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