Discourse | As the Australian population surpasses the twenty-two million mark, when do we stop ignoring the important questions?
Archive | Although August was a time of political uncertainty, at least the announcement of the 2010 AILA National Awards afforded us some professional clarity.
Award | Nungatta Station Land Management Program by Material Landscape Architecture
Award | ViengXay Town Masterplan 2026 Lao PDR by Hansen Partnership
Award | Rouse Hill Town Centre Public Domain by Oculus Landscape Architecture & Urban Design
Award | Redfern Park Upgrade by Spackman Mossop Michaels in collaboration with BVN and City of Sydney
Award | Darwin Waterfront Masterplan by Hassell
Award | Parramatta Laneways & Small Spaces Project: Urban Design Principles by AECOM
Award | Ballast Point Park by McGregor Coxall
Award | Rouse Hill Landscape Restoration by AECOM
Projects | A valuable and historic national project is treated with solemnity and respect while embracing context and symbolism.
Award | Darlington Public Domain Stage 2, University of Sydney by Taylor Cullity Lethlean
Award | Pioneer Park by Pioneer Park by Gamble McKinnon Green
Award | Southport Broadwater Parklands by AECOM Design + Planning
Award | Brisbane Foreshore Parklands by City Design, Brisbane City Council
Awards | Geelong Youth Activities Area by Convic Design
Projects | Nestled behind the Adelaide Zoo, this pedestrian bridge creates an opportunity to engage with the meandering River Torrens.
Ideas | In her winning essay Gillian Hatch proposes that swimming pool aquaculture might yield a sustainable solution for the suburbs.
Award | placesforme by Hassell
Award | Landcom Street Tree Design Guidelines by JMD Design and Landcom