Mandy Rounsefell’s introduction to Landscape Architecture Australia 131.
News stories from Landscape Architecture Australia 131.
This book celebrates the artists, activists and architects behind projects that bring nature back into the city.
This manual for Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) focuses on innovative water management for the city of the future.
Renowned art critic Martin Gayford calls Destination Art “a book that in a modest way could change your life.”
Dominique Ghiggi’s book explores tree production and its scientific, technological, historical and cultural background.
A tribute to the pioneer women of South Australia, this garden designed by Elsie Marion Cornish was first unveiled in 1941.
Events for your diary from the August 2011 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Sue Barnsley discusses Peter Walker’s proposal for the Barangaroo Parklands.
Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.
The 2011 Australian Institute of Architects National Conference benefited from a diverse range of influential speakers.
The Revival exhibition aims to “showcase the power of a single image to encapsulate a sense of place.”
An exhibition at the Garden Museum in London and Il Giardino delle Vergini demonstrate Piet Oudolf’s gardens as performances in time.
Taylor Brammer incorporates a sense of site history into its proposals, and has done many heritage and conservation projects.
The Outdoor category in the inaugural Houses Awards, in 2011, celebrated Australian residential landscape architecture.
The 2011 AILA Queensland state awards were announced on 27 May 2011.
Oculus explores how Franklin Wharf is, and could be, simultaneously occupied by members of the public and local dock workers.
Twelve kilometres south of the Sydney CBD, Port Botany has experienced a transformation by AECOM that aims to unify the site.
Cardno S.P.L.A.T.’s Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal is sculptural, elegant and controlled.
Büro North’s tree-like wayfinding signage system at Falls Creek helps visitors navigate their way around in all seasons.
Deicke Richards has created a generous shade structure that provides a transition space for pedestrians.
Hassell transforms a former drive-in theatre into a residential site, retaining valued bushland and parkland.
This book, edited by Ricky Burdett and Deyan Sudjic, explores the global move towards urbanism through a study of six cities.