LA in the Media - Issue 80

ADVENTURE - Richley Reserve's $1.5 million playground will open to excited youngsters. Picture: Newcastle City Council


6 September 2018 [OpenPR]


Home Designs Sydney - Engaging a Landscape Architect

 

Spring gently comes and people are eager to spend more time outside. They are willing to spend a dollar more in their own outdoor space to relax and enjoy the most. Appearance of outdoor space requires attention, whether small or big; ordinary or luxurious. It should match with the design of the home. Read more.


5 September 2018 [Fire News Feed]


20 stylish design museums you must visit in your lifetime

 

As the London Design Festival continues, we highlight some of the world's most fascinating design museums. Read more.


30 August 2018 [Australian Property Journal]


What’s it all about Alfie?

 

GOVERNMENT agency Development Victoria has launched a new residential community, Alfie, in Altona North. Alfie is a creative collaboration between Development Victoria, Max Architects and MDG Landscape Architects. Read more.

 

30 August 2018 [B-Metro.com]


A Touch of Tuscany

 

After Jim and Krystal Cobb got married, they knew they wanted to build a house together that would reflect their shared dream of a home defined by warmth and hospitality, as well as their love of Mediterranean-style architecture. The first question was where to build it. This turned out to be an easy decision. Read more.


28 August 2018 [Newcastle Herald]


Blackbutt's Richley Reserve to officially open on Saturday

 

A priority of mine for almost a decade as a councillor and lord mayor of Newcastle has been to protect, preserve and improve Blackbutt Reserve, the uniquely Novocastrian ‘green heart’ of our city. Read more.


27 August 2018 [Futuristic Architecture]


Jabiru Masterplan & Future Vision, Northern Territory

 

The Jabiru Masterplan and Future Vision has been developed in close collaboration with the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation, presents a vibrant future for the Jabiru community, with socially sustainable tourism capitalising on Kakadu’s internationally recognised environmental and cultural heritage. Read more.

 

 

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