Landscape Architecture Australia, November 2013

Landscape Architecture Australia, November 2013

Landscape Architecture Australia

Reviews, news and opinions on landscape architecture, urban design and planning.

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Williams Landing by MDG Landscape Architects.
Archive | Cameron Bruhn | 6 Nov 2013

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Creating communities, with guest editors Kirsten Bauer and Adrian Marshall.

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Woomera Village, South Australia in the 1950s.
Discourse | Andrew Saniga | 28 May 2014

Charting a new landscape

The evolution of suburban residential living in Australia.

The town centre of Elizabeth as it is today.
Discourse | Jo Russell-Clarke | 26 Mar 2014

The expanding fluoro-coloured elephant in the room

The City of Playford in South Australia has become home to “Australia’s most innovative residential renewal project”.

The vacant public spaces in Aurora signal a need for occupation.
Projects | Helen Day | 11 Jun 2014

Aurora

A six-hundred-hectare flagship development in Melbourne’s north by Place Victoria, seven years on.

Planting is layered and massed, using indigenous species.
Projects | Marcus Baumgart | 15 Apr 2014

Saltwater Coast

Tract Consultants used landscape as the starting point for this new residential subdivision.

North Lakes was developed by Stockland and expects a final population figure of around 25,000.
Projects | Mark Fuller | 28 May 2014

North Lakes and Fitzgibbon Chase

In South East Queensland, two master-planned communities are spearheading regional growth.

Robust seating walls, lawn embankments and park facilities have created a popular new waterfront.
Projects | Linda Corkery | 29 Apr 2014

The Ponds

A sustainable residential development with landscape architecture by Clouston Associates.

The entrance sign to Williams Landing replicates a large riveted aileron jutting out of the ground, referencing the site’s aeronautical history.
Projects | Julian Bull | 4 Jun 2014

Williams Landing

A new residential development on the site of a former airfield base in south-west Melbourne.

Spread from Made in Australia: The future of Australian cities.
Review | Adrian McGregor | 2 May 2014

Made in Australia: The future of our cities

Richard Weller and Julian Bolleter postulate how our cities might accommodate predicted urban growth.

Designing to Heal: Planning and Urban Design Response to Disaster and Conflict
Review | Deborah Kuh | 20 Apr 2014

Designing to Heal

As designers we aspire to know more, and to know better, than the client. After all, that is why we are hired. This aspiration also …