LA in the Media - Issue 102

 A previous climate march in Melbourne.

A previous climate march in Melbourne. Image: Takver (Flickr)


23 September 2019 [Architecture and Design]
Monash uni’s living wall installations aid its research into greener public spaces
A series of green wall installations surround Monash University’s refurbished Civil Engineering Hydraulics Laboratory—a visual manifestation of the activities that take place within the facility. Read more.

18 September 2019 [Outdoor Design Space]

The Square and the Park
The 2019 International Festival of Landscape Architecture is fast approaching and tickets are selling fast. Be sure to book your tickets now so that you don't miss out! Read more. 

18 September 2019 [Architecture AU]

Stand up and strike for climate action
Architects and built environment workers are being urged to attend the Global Climate Strike on 20 September, and to recognize how the industry is both shaping, and is shaped by, the unfolding climate crisis. Read more. 

17 September 2019 [Architecture and Design]
Announcing the 2019 Sustainability Awards finalists
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) says it welcomes the International Federation of Landscape Architects’ (IFLA) Climate and Biodiversity Emergency Declaration which was made at the IFLA World Congress in Oslo, Norway this week.Read more. 

13 September 2019 [Architecture and Design]
Announcing the 2019 Sustainability Awards finalists
The finalists for the 2019 Sustainability Awards have been announced, and from a field of nearly 168 initial entries, we now have 64 eminently worthy finalists ready for our Gala Night on November 7 at The Star in Sydney. Read more. 

12 September 2019 [TripleM]
Griffith City Council Is Developing A New Cemetery And they want YOUR help!
The Griffith City Council have plans to develop a brand new cemetery on Rifle Range Road and they want YOU to have YOUR say! Read more. 

11 September 2019 [Architecture AU]
Design competition launched for the Sydney stadium that survived demolition
Registrations have opened for a design competition for the public precinct surrounding Sydney Olympic Park (ANZ Stadium). Read more. 

9 September 2019 [Architecture AU]

Designing Australia’s sacred spaces and religious buildings: past, present and future
For people of faith, religious buildings are tangible places in which to contemplate a transcendent being. Ursula de Jong examines how universal ideas of divinity, togetherness and worship are expressed in historic and contemporary architecture. Read more. 

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