The Bendigo-based practice of Liesl Malan Landscape Architects has a strong connection to community.
Dealing with the essential infrastructure that underpins “modern life.”
An environmental history of the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia’s best-known river system.
Sigrid Ehrmann reports on the 7th European Biennial of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona (27–29 September 2012).
Translating aesthetics into design can change people’s responses to their environment, argues Stephen Perry.
China’s relatively new profession of landscape architecture is finding its feet, writes Marc Deuschle.
To mark Queensland’s 150th year, a new public park has been created, with artworks by Nicole Voevodin-Cash.
A redevelopment of Townsville’s main street by Gamble McKinnon Green captures its historic character.
A once inaccessible Sydney site is repurposed by Hassell as an environmentally sensitive community space.
Walyjala-jala buru jayida jarringun buru Nyamba Yawuru ngan-ga mirli mirli, (Planning for the future: Yawuru Cultural Management Plan) by UDLA
Rio Tinto Naturescape, Kings Park & Botanic Gardens by Plan (E)
Roogulli (Bywong NSW) by Fresh Landscape Design
Clifton Hill Railway Project Landscape by Jeavons Landscape Architects
SW1 by Andrew Green (formerly Gamble McKinnon Green)
Jack Evans Boat Harbour, Tweed Heads by Aspect Studios
Pirrama Park by Aspect Studios
The Australian Garden and New Entry at the National Gallery of Australia by McGregor Coxall
Robelle Domain by Vee Design
Mueller Park Universal Playspace by Ecoscape (Australia) Pty Ltd
Humanities and Science Campus (Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra) by Spackman Mossop Michaels
Wild Sea Exhibit, Melbourne Zoo by Taylor Cullity Lethlean
Bingara and the Living Classroom by John Mongard Landscape Architects
Kimberley LNG Precinct Strategic Assessment: Ethnobiological Report, James Prices Point by UDLA
Bonner P-6 School & Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander Learning & Cultural Centre by Harris Hobbs
Bendigo Botanic Gardens Master Plan by City of Bendigo
Lollipop Creek by Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture
Clarence River Way Masterplan by Clouston Associates
A comparative study of Melbourne’s freeway planting designs – implications for biodiversity conservation by Zoë Metherell
Green Infrastructure by Oxigen Landscape Architects, Urban Design
LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability scoring System) by Hassell
Chinatown Public Domain Plan by Spackman Mossop Michaels
Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga Urban Regeneration Project by Taylor Cullity Lethlean
We live in one of the world’s most urbanized nations. Nearly eight out of ten Australians live in just seventeen cities hugging the narrow coastal strip …
This year’s AILA national awards have acknowledged twenty-four projects across Australia and two visionaries within the field of landscape architecture. The jury of five was assigned …
A decade after completion, this sixteen-hectare parkland is still making a significant contribution life in Brisbane.
UDLA director Greg Grabasch takes on The Kevin Taylor Questionnaire.