LA in the Media - Issue 120


20 July 2020 [Sydney Morning Herald]
Untapped ideas': Popularity of parks during COVID sparks public space revolution
Sydneysiders have continued to flock to parks and other domains since COVID-19 struck sparking a call for people to devise new ways to reimagine public spaces. Read more.

15 July 2020 [Architecture and Design]
NBRS Architecture scores national landscape award
NBRS Architecture has been awarded a 2020 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) award for the design of Cairnsfoot Special Needs School. Read more.

10 July 2020 [The National Tribune]
New playgrounds start construction
New and better playspaces are being rolled out across the ACT with the Kambah nature play opening in time for the school holidays, refresh works completed on 50 playgrounds, and five new play spaces set to start construction. Read more.

9 July 2020 [Web Wire]
Dou Zhang Speaks in AILA Symposium
Director of Sasaki’s Shanghai office Dou Zhang, ASLA, PLA, LEED AP BD+C, SITES AP took part in a virtual symposium hosted by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA). Read more. 

8 July 2020 [Foreground]
Food for the sole: These walks are about much more than getting from A to B
In a follow-up to our recent look at pedestrian-focused, award-winning landscape architecture, we consider the special attention designers have given to the experience of walking itself. Read more.

7 July 2020 [Sunshine Coast Daily]
Award-winning Coast classroom’s time to shine
A Coast school’s award-winning Primary Learning Centre has gained the attention of leading architects, designers, planners, educators and policy makers that will next week see what the building has to offer. Read more.

7 July 2020 [Courier Mail]
Aria Property Group lodges DA for 30-storey residential tower in South Brisbane that will feature 1003 trees
A BRISBANE developer plans to build what it says is the greenest residential building in the world. Read more.

6 July 2020 [Landscape Australia]
Landscape architects design memorial to victims of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes
Waverley Council in Sydney has released shortlisted designs for a memorial in Bondi – a site-specific artwork commemorating the victims of homophobic and transphobic violence. Read more.

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