2017 International Festival
of Landscape Architecture
12 - 15 October
Overseas Passenger Terminal
Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia
Call for Creative Director/s for 2018 International Festival of LA - Gold Coast, October 2018
AILA is now seeking expressions of interest for the role of Creative Director for the 2018 Festival of Landscape Architecture. Read more.
A diverse program of fringe events during The 3rd City is starting to take shape, including parties, laneway gatherings, exhibitions and yoga sessions - there is sure to be something for everyone. Read more.
The Festival Creative Directorate are now seeking expressions of interest from Australian Landscape Professionals to contribute to The 3rd City discourse. Read more.
Industry, government and media representatives were in attendance for the Festival Launch at The Calyx, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney on 28 March. Read more.
What if the smart cities of the future are buggy and brittle? What are we getting ourselves into? Read more.
The 3rd City sees a return from the AU+NZ student body sharing varying approaches to landscape architecture through coursework, geographic location and cultural idiosyncrasies. Read more.
The 3rd City Festival Launch venue, The Calyx, at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens has achieved unprecedented design flexibility and accuracy. Read more.
As increasing diversity and density come to characterise our cities, how can we build harmonious communities within apartment complexes? Read more.
UNSW Galleries presents the Australian premiere of a major new installation which holds a dramatic mirror to some of the immense challenges confronting the world today. EXIT is a picture of a planet in trouble. Read more.
How did Sydney’s original dwellers build? What should happen to the tracts of now-obsolete bungalows sprawling across the suburbs? Peter Myers provides the design strategy for a future metropolis. Read more.
See another side of nature and experience its stories in an unexpected way through Sweet Addiction – the botanic story of chocolate. Read more.