Discourse | Neil Hobbs looks back and forward at the evolution of Australia’s national capital for a special issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
News | The Trailfinders Australian Garden won Best in Show at the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show.
People | US landscape architect Richard Kennedy talks about his work on China’s Qianhai Water City project.
Archive | With the nation’s capital celebrating its centenary this year, Landscape Architecture Australia’s May issue surveys the people, projects and issues – past and present – …
Review | To mark Queensland’s 150th year, a new public park has been created, with artworks by Nicole Voevodin-Cash.
Discourse | China’s relatively new profession of landscape architecture is finding its feet, writes Marc Deuschle.
Award | The 2012 Karl Langer Award from AILA goes to a fourth-year QUT student.
Projects | A once inaccessible Sydney site is repurposed by Hassell as an environmentally sensitive community space.
News | Hassell brings a pop-up coffee ‘plantation’ to the city for Melbourne’s Food and Wine Festival.
Projects | A redevelopment of Townsville’s main street by Gamble McKinnon Green captures its historic character.
News | Enoch Liew wins Rodney Beames Memorial Award for Art in Landscape Architecture.
Discourse | Translating aesthetics into design can change people’s responses to their environment, argues Stephen Perry.
Projects | A Sydney house by Nathan Lester Architecture rests in dialogue with its setting.
Practice | Andy Sharp of Curtin University talks about his role in the redevelopment of its campus as a major urban centre.
Projects | A 1970s courtyard at the University of Adelaide records a timeline of global trends.
Review | Marcus Veerman’s not-for-profit organization Playground Ideas is helping build playgrounds in developing countries.
Projects | A carved narrative by artist Ruark Lewis and Terragram landscape architects.
Review | A book by landscape architect Edward Hutchison on the importance of hand drawing in landscape architecture.
People | A conversation from the 2013 Urban Issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Review | A book exploring abandoned and marginal spaces that have evolved, rather than been designed or planned.