New landscape, urbanism and planning portal launches

An industry-first online publication, LandscapeAustralia is focused on landscape architecture and design, urbanism and planning. The site has been launched by Architecture Media, the publisher of ArchitectureAU. The new site is engaging and informative for anyone interested in landscape and urbanism. Covering issues and work of domestic, regional and national interest, the website also carries news, interviews and opinions from leading writers, practitioners, academics and critics.

Updated daily, content is curated and categorized as news, reviews, practice and places. The site’s content draws on more than 35 years of projects, awards, reviews and critical discourse from Landscape Architecture Australia and other Architecture Media titles such as Architecture Australia. It will quickly build to a comprehensive online resource and expand its range of content through strategic alliances.

The new website also welcomes project submissions from design and planning practices, contractors, organizations, artists and individuals via a self-upload submissions portal, for publication on the Places page.

LandscapeAustralia launches with a fortnightly e-newsletter and looks forward to growing its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram following.

This online publication is the companion website for Landscape Architecture Australia – the official magazine of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA).

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