Media Releases & Media web links | AILA National Awards 2020
Winners announced on 13 October -Watch Digital Announcement | View National Winners Gallery
AILA has announced its national landscape architecture award winners and the NSW Chapter is super proud to have our state well represented amongst the winning entries.
Congratulations to the following NSW projects who received an award in one of 15 categories:
Paperbark Playspace | Play Spaces Category | Phillips Marler and Parramatta Park & Western Sydney Parklands Trusts
Railway Park Play | Play Spaces Category | Plummer & Smith
Mahon Pool Amenities & Maroubra Seals Swimming Clubhouse | Small Projects Category | sue barnsley design
Clifftop Garden | Gardens Category | Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture
Arkadia Apartments | Gardens Category | OCULUS
Julia Reserve Youth Park | Parks and Open Space Category | JMD Design
Dyuralya Square | Parks and Open Space Category | OCULUS
Singita Kwitonda Lodge, Rwanda | International Category | CONTEXT Landscape Architecture
Murama Healing Space and Dance Ground | Community Contribution Category | Murama Cultural Council in partnership with SOPA
Your Parramatta Park 2030 - Conservation Plan and Plan of Management | Land Management Category | Parramatta Park Trust
Report on Culturally Appropriate First Nations with Barkandji Maljangapa Nation | Research, Policy and Communication Category | Jock Gilbert and Sophia Pearce
South Eveleigh Youth Space | Urban Design Category | Convic
Central Park Public Domain Urban Design Category |Turf Design Studio with Jeppe Aagaard Andersen
The Garden of Cloud and Stone Civic Landscape Category Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture
Foreground article | In pictures: 2020 AILA National Awards
Landscape Australia article | 2020 National Landscape Architecture Awards announced
Australian Design Review article | North Gardens Sculpture Park Landscape Master Plan among 2020 Landscape Architecture Awards winners
The 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards acknowledged 33 exemplar projects over 14 categories, celebrating leading projects of all sizes across regional and metropolitan New South Wales.
The annual awards program celebrates the growing impact of Landscape Architecture on the spaces we inhabit. It also recognises projects that stand out for their innovative approaches and push the boundaries of design.
The winners were selected from a record number of 63 entries and were announced at a virtual event hosted by comedian and design enthusiast Tim Ross on Wednesday 17 June 2020.
You can view the video of the Awards Ceremony on YouTube Premiere here .
Read the official NSW Media Releases here:
Top NSW landscapes celebrated at virtual awards
Greater Sydney landscapes sweep NSW awards
Spectacular cliff top garden wins major NSW Landscape Award
Importance of play for our youth celebrated at NSW Landscape Architecture Awards
Clifftop garden in Vaucluse takes top award
Spaces for Learning
AILA Awards in the Media in Green Magazine
AILA Awards in the Media in Indigenous Architecture
AILA Awards in the Media in The Courier
AILA Awards in the Media in ODS
AILA NSW Awards in the Media in The Real Estate Conversation
AILA NSW Awards in the Media in Landscape Australia
Interview on ABC Radio Sydney AILA Awards 19.06.20