LA in the Media - Issue 121


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1 August 2020 [Landscape Australia]
Winners announced: 2020 WA Landscape Architecture Awards
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2020 WA Landscape Architecture Awards. Read more. 

27 July 2020 [Outdoor Design Source]
AILA SA AWARDS ANNOUNCED
South Australia’s best new parks and open spaces were celebrated at the AILA 2020 South Australia Landscape Architecture Awards. Check out the winners. Read more. 

25 July 2020 [Build Australia]
South Australia’s best new parks and open spaces celebrated
Winners of the 2020 South Australian Landscape Architecture Awards have been announced, honouring the state’s leading landscape architecture projects. 14 outstanding projects were awarded across 11 categories, recognising design quality and innovation across South Australia. Read more. 

25 July 2020 [Landscape Australia]
Winners announced: 2020 SA and NT Landscape Architecture Awards
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2020 SA Landscape Architecture Awards and the 2020 NT Landscape Architecture Awards. Read more. 

22 July 2020 [City News]
How hard does voting for greenery have to be? 
Canberra’s old and new suburbs have dead and dying trees and shrubbery. Along with new plantings, a future government must commit to immediately replacing the many sick and dead street trees,” writes “Canberra Matters” columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.  Read more. 

20 July 2020 [Architecture and Design]
NSW releases its 50-year vision on parklands
NSW has launched its new 50-Year Vision for Greater Sydney’s network of parklands and green open spaces has been launched today by the NSW Government, heralded by an initial $10 million investment to revitalise one of the city’s forgotten harbour-side parks. Read more. 

20 July 2020 [Landscape Australia]
Dedicated to play: Mary Jeavons
For more than 30 years, Mary Jeavons, founder and co-director at Jeavons Landscape Architects, has championed the importance of play. Read more. 



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