The Landscape Architecture Australia Prize for Design Communication is awarded to a final year landscape architecture student for excellence in the visual and written presentation of a landscape architecture proposition. A single award recipient has been selected from each of the participating institutions, which are AILA-accredited universities. Award winners receive a two-year subscription to Landscape Architecture Australia.
The 2011 winners
RMIT University: Lejla Kebic for her project titled Juvenescence
The University of Western Australia: Jim Riley for his project titled Cantonment Hill Public Park
The University of Adelaide: James Thomson for his project titled Symbiotic Fictions
The University of Melbourne: Brent Greene for his project titled Triffid City
The University of New South Wales: Christopher Lee for his project titled RE_Camellia
The Queensland University of Technology: Haiku van Keuk for her project titled Albertslund Cycle
The University of Canberra: Cameron Price for his project titled The Song Line Trail, Pick Swamp.