Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
Edna Walling® National Award
for Residential Designed Landscapes
The AILA's Edna Walling National Awards for Residential Designed Landscapes
recognises excellence by Landscape Architects in residential projects.
The award was introduced in2008.
main criteria to be used is based on the AWARD for DESIGN
in landscape architecture, with the extra criteria that the
work has to be residential. The main criteria for judging
excellence and functional quality:
design or demonstration of new direction in profession.
and complete expression of concept.
to brief - please include details of the brief and any
other relevant details.
multi-discipline/collaborative projects: The role of landscape
budget for landscape architecture work/part of the project.
to cultural, historical, physical and natural context.
of detailing in built work.
to the profession of landscape architecture, the public and
the education of future practitioners:
the scope of the profession in formative, forward-looking
and thought-provoking ways.
a contemporary contribution.
responsibility and sustainability issues.
for money (ie was the budget well used).
(must be one of these)
small or large domestic - residential.
(ie private) spaces as part of a small or large residential
National Jury may award the National Edna Walling National
Merit Awards or The Edna Walling National Award
for Excellence .
Watch the main award page for call for national award submissions