LA in the Media - Issue 79

South Australian Supreme Court Building 5 addition by Hassell. Image: Hassel

23 August 2018 [ODS]

2018 VIC Landscape Architecture Award Winners

Choosing a selection of winners from the extensive range of innovative landscape designs was a challenge for the jury of the 2018 AILA VIC Landscape Architecture Awards, thanks to the incredible talent displayed. Find out who won here. Read more.

21 August 2018 [mpnews]

Cottage garden choice for spring opening

PEN Gardens Victoria will launch its spring season at Rick Eckersley’s Musk Cottage garden at Flinders. “The four-hectare property has been a pet project of Rick Eckersley and the Eckersley Garden Architecture design team for the past 10 years,” the head of Open Gardens Victoria Liz Fazio said. Read more.

18 August 2018 []


In the last of our 2018 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards series, spoke to 2018 Jury Chair,Bronwen Hamilton, who says she had the rewarding yet difficult task of assessing the great landscapes across the state. Read more.

17 August 2018 [Domain]

‘A totally considered home’: The luxurious family home of developer Bear Agushi

The luxurious home of the Agushi family is the brilliant result of collaborations between some of the very best in the business. The project combined Bear Agushi’s development and construction knowledge with the expertise of architecture and interior design firm Workroom, under the exacting eye of stylist Simone Haag. Read more.

16 August 2018 [ArchitectureAU]

Hassell designs refurbishment and extension of South Australian Supreme Court

Hassell has designed a reworking of parts of the Supreme Court complex across two adjacent sites in central Adelaide, which involves a series of renovations, insertions and adjustments to the heritage-listed buildings. Read more.

14 August 2018 [Foreground]

Gold rush: disconnected planning a threat to Sydney’s Olympic parklands

Sydney Olympic Park first came to public consciousness at the 2000 Olympic Games. Its parklands, which were located adjacent to the suburb of sports fields, stadiums and throngs of global visitors, nevertheless played an integral part in Sydney’s successful game bid. Read more.

14 August 2018 []


Following last Friday night's announcement of the 2018 Victorian Landscape Architecture Award winners, chats to Adrian Gray, State President for the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA). Read more.

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