LA in the Media - Issue 86

 

 

Power Tools by TCL Melbourne's 2018 Student Award winner Matthew Kneale Image: TCL


3 December 2018 [T.C.L]

Matthew Kneale wins TCL’s 2018 Student Award

RMIT Master of Landscape Architecture graduate Matthew Kneale has won TCL Melbourne's 2018 Student Award with his final thesis project Power Tools. Read more



30 November 2018 [ARCHITECTUREAU]

Australian practices win five categories at World Architecture News awards

Australian practices were well-represented among the winners of the 2018 World Architecture News Awards, with five Australian projects winning awards, three receiving high commendations and many more named finalists. Read more.



28 November 2018 [Infrastructure Magazine]

National Green Infrastructure Strategy would benefit cities

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has called on the Federal Government to lead the development of a National Green Infrastructure Strategy (NGIS). AILA coordinated industry and government representatives through the Living Cities Alliance, through which more than 30 organisations have supported the development of a strategy. Read more.



28 November 2018 [Foreground]

“Resort tourism meets rainforest feral”? It’s time to rethink the tropical city

Like many cities in the tropics, Australia’s Cairns is booming. How it manages that growth will determine whether it becomes an exemplar of urban sustainability in turbulent times, or a cautionary tale. Read more.



28 November 2018 [The Daily Telegraph]

Retail and dining precinct will be the heart of Randwick

Randwick will soon have a new shopping and dining strip which will become “the heart of the community”. Cbus Property has released details and artists’ impressions of the planned retail precinct at the centre of its Newmarket Development Read more.



27 November [ARCHITECTUREAU]

Cox Architecture designs hotel extension to Adelaide Oval

The Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority (AOSMA) has announced it will build a 128-room hotel, designed by Cox Architecture, which will be integrated into the eastern side of the stadium. Read more.



22 November 2018 [Landscape Australia]

Architecture Media appoints new editorial director

Architecture Media has appointed Houses editor Katelin Butler as its new editorial director. Butler joined the Architecture Media team in 2006, becoming assistant editor of Architecture Australia. Read more.



22 November 2018 [Landscape Australia]

Jocelyn Chiew: Shaping the future campus

Monash University’s manager of Campus Design, Quality and Planning is transforming the physical environment of student life, from the bottom up. Read more.



21 November 2018 [ARCHITECTUREAU]

SANAA’s Sydney Modern project approved

The Art Gallery of New South Wales’s $344 million Sydney Modern expansion project, designed by SANAA, has been granted planning approval. The project will double the current exhibition space in the gallery, which will enable it to show more of its collections and host exhibitions from around the world. Read more.



18 November 2018 [myGC.com.au]

More than 10,000 responses received so far on The Spit options

GOLD Coasters have logged more than 10,000 responses on the 72 options presented for the seven precincts at The Spit, with the Top of The Spit so far drawing the most feedback.. Read more.


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