LA in the Media - Issue 116

 
    Vaucluse Garden by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture with Bates Landscape, Vaucluse, NSW.
Photographed by Dianna Snape




21 May [Landscape Architecture]
Design with Nature Now
A recent book by the US-based Lincoln Institute of Land Policy considers Scottish landscape architect Ian McHarg’s evolving legacy. Read more. 

20 May [Newcastle Herald]
Morisset, Windale and Croudace Bay skate park designs open for voting through Lake Macquarie City Council
DESIGNS for three new Lake Macquarie skate parks have been revealed for a public vote to help decide which one will come to fruition. Read more. 

19 May 2020 [Landscape Australia]
Transitioning states: Practising in the time of COVID-19
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global health emergency on March 11. Read more. 
 
18 May 2020 [YourLifeChoices]
Climate change and post-pandemic economic recovery
It doesn’t make economic sense to ignore the climate in our recovery from COVID-19. Read more. 

18 May 2020 [Mercury]
'No more Lego land': Shellharbour council's 20 year vision for housing
Shellharbour council is set to adopt a new vision for how it will develop over the next 20 years, as the city gains about 20,000 residents and requires more than 10,000 new homes. Read more. 

18 May 2020 [Mingtiandi]
CHOW TAI FOOK, FEC SECURE FINANCING FOR A$3.6B BRISBANE CASINO
An A$3.6 billion ($2.3 billion) Brisbane casino resort backed by a pair of Hong Kong heavyweights has secured financing that allows the controversial development to press ahead despite opposition from preservationists and design groups. Read more. 

15 May 2020 [The Mandarin]
Movers & shakers: administrators join Casey Council until 2024
The latest senior public sector appointments from across the country. Read more. 

15 May 2020 [Vogue]
5 Australian gardens to inspire your own green thumb
Now more than ever we’re craving open space and greenery. As the world seems to get scarier and scarier, our homes have never been more of a place for refuge and escape. Read more. 

15 May 2020 [Cairns Post] 
Gold Coast subbies: COVID-19 ride to recovery
So much of the focus of the Gold Coast’s recovery from COVID-19 has been on our tourism and education sectors. Special task forces are stacked with their leaders along with hoteliers. Read more. 

12 May 2020 [The Advocate]
Town’s unique character could be under threat
A NUMBER of high density developments in Woolgoolga could be pushed through before the town's masterplan is even adopted a residents' group has warned. Read more. 

8 May 2020 [The Age]
Falling in love with landscape
The goanna arrives on cue. Architect Richard Leplastrier proudly informs me how the flora and fauna is in "really good balance" on his 4000-square-metre property nestled between Lovett Bay and his "20-kilometre backyard" of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in northern Sydney. Read more. 

8 May 2020 [World Landscape Architect]
Michelle Thomas Zacharias wins the 2020 Hassell Travelling Scholarship

Hassell has announced RMIT University graduate Michelle Thomas Zacharias as the winner of the 2020 Hassell Travelling Scholarship – Robin Edmond Award. Read more. 




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