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 University of Melbourne award winner is Anton Malishev for his project titled Urban Food Box Growing Initiative (Image 1).
The University of Canberra award winner is Lauren Kajewski for her project titled Invite the Town Down to the Lake (Image 2).
The University of New South Wales award winner is Anthony Papas for his project titled Communal Remediation (Image 3).
The University of Adelaide award winner is Jiaxi Wang (Sissi) for her project titled Gamescape Utopia (Image 4).
The University of Western Australia award winner is Douglas Pott for his project titled Transit Oriented Landscape Urbanism (Image 5).
The RMIT University award winner is Mathew Hamilton and Niki Schwabe for their project titled Fish to Birds: Waterfront Development Project, Porto Alegre, Brazil (Image 6).
The Queensland University of Technology award winner is Brooke Madill for her project titled The Suez Canal: An Excavation (Image 7).