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Nic Monisse, landscape architect and comedian.

Comedy show at Perth festival highlights humour found in the built environment

Perth-born landscape architect and comedian Nic Monisse will be performing a comedy show exploring cities and the built environment as part of the 2019 Perth Fringe World Festival program.

The November 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Preview | Emily Wong | 30 Oct 2018

November issue of LAA out now

A preview of the November 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.

Bendigo Hospital Project by Silver Thomas Hanley with Bates Smart and Oculus, winner of the Built Projects – City and Regional Scale award.

2018 Australian Urban Design Awards announced

The recipients of the 2018 Australian Urban Design Awards were announced at a ceremony in Sydney on Thursday 25 October.

The August 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Archive | Emily Wong | 2 Aug 2018

August issue of LAA out now

A preview of the August 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.

New landscape, urbanism and planning portal launches
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 30 Sep 2016

New landscape, urbanism and planning portal launches

Unveiling a new online publication focused on landscape architecture and design, urbanism and planning.

Finalist: GH-76091181
News | 3 Dec 2014

Guggenheim finalists revealed

Teams with Australian connections (Perth and Sydney) are among the finalists for the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition

The R G Menzies Walk by Oxigen landscape architects traces the shoreline of Lake Burley Griffin.
News | 10 Feb 2014

NCOSS report released

A review of the National Capital Open Space System (NCOSS) by the National Capital Authority (NCA).

A view across Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra.
News | 20 Dec 2013

New CEO for National Captial Authority

Malcolm Snow is the new Chief Executive of Canberra’s National Capital Authority.

ARBV merger update
News | 6 Dec 2012

ARBV merger update

An update on the proposed merger of the Architects Registration Board of Victoria.

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INTERNATIONAL Max Dupain: Ambassade d’Australie, Paris 1978, shown at The Building as Muse exhibition in Paris. Copyright Penelope Seidler. The Beijing National Aquatic Centre – …

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INTERNATIONAL Denton Corker Marshall is on the architects’ panel from which architects will be chosen to design the Athletes’ Village for the London 2012 Olympic …

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INTERNATIONAL Lee & Kerry’s winning entry in the international ideas competition for the central Kakolanmäki hill site, Finland. Images from the portfolio which won Brett …

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INTERNATIONAL Tim Griffith won a commendation in the European Prize of Architectural Photography • Architects Albert Mo and Andrew Maynard were among the seventeen Australian …

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International Hayball Leonard Stent’s 3 Spaces project in Beijing. Bligh Voller Nield have been shortlisted in an international design competition to redevelop the Noumea Airport …

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INTERNATIONAL Australian War Memorial, London, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Janet Laurence. At a Rememberance Day dedication service, the Queen and Prime Minister John Howard unveiled …

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International WOHA Architects came second equal in Singapore’s Duxton Plain Public Housing Competition with a staggered honeycomb of homes and gardens floating over a public …

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