LA in the Media - Issue 78

A proposed World Heritage Interpretation Centre in the masterplan for Jabiru by NAAU and Enlocus. [Image: NAAU and Enlocus]

11 August 2018 [Landscape Australia]

Winners announced: 2018 VIC Landscape Architecture Awards

A cycling trail that responds thoughtfully to its context, a masterplan for one of Victoria’s most unique national parks, and a design for the open space of an alpine town were among the winners at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ (AILA) 2018 VIC Landscape Architecture Awards, announced Friday 10 August in Melbourne.Read more.

9 August 2018 [The Urban Developer]

TUD Awards Shortlist: High Density Residential

The awards provide a platform to celebrate leadership and success in the industry, showcasing the people, programs, places and projects that are positively shaping our cities.Read more.

8 August 2018 [Property Council]

Jensen Plus is growing

Introducing our newest team members Assistant Landscape Architects Keith Dube and Chloe Organ, and Urban and Regional Planner Nick Wilson. Read more.

7 August 2018 [ArchitectureAU]

$446m masterplan for future of Kakadu town scheduled for closure

The Northern Territory government and Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) have unveiled a new masterplan for a township in the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Read more.

3 August 2018 [Pilbara News]

Town Square lauded at awards

The Town Square in Newman had been heralded as a modern masterpiece, having recently won the Civic Landscape Architecture Award at this year’s Australian Institute of Landscape Architects WA awards. Read more.

2 August 2018 [idealog]

Māori oral narratives through augmented reality: Inaugural NZILA Vectorworks Landmark Student scholarship awarded

Victoria University of Wellington masters student Hannah Carson has been awarded the inaugural New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Vectorworks Landmark Student scholarship, for her strong focus on expressing Māori oral narratives through the use of augmented reality. Read more.

1 August 2018 [The Adelaide Review]

SA Architecture Awards 2018

Each year architectural practices self-nominate projects that they believe have delivered excellence across a range of criteria including client satisfaction, environmental performance, contribution to the urban realm, innovation, value for money and public benefit. Read more.

1 August 2018 [T.C.L]

Oaklands Park and Wetland wins AILA Award of Excellence

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 SA Landscape Architecture Awards and our Oaklands Park and Wetland project received the top honour in the Parks and Open Space category. Read more.

30 July 2018 [Foreground]

Is Australia facing a looming shortfall of landscape architects?

With local graduate numbers in steep decline and a surge in demand for skilled landscape architects, it might be time for Australians to start worrying for the future of their parks and public spaces. Read more.

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