LA in the Media - Issue 97


Redlynch Masterplan wins Parks and Leisure Australia (QLD) award in the Strategic Planning category.


16 June 2019 [Green Magazine]

The state’s best landscape architecture revealed at the 2019 Awards

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of the 2019 Victorian Awards, the annual celebration of the profession’s impact in shaping the built and natural environment throughout Victoria. Read more.


13 June 2019 [Architecture & Design]

56 entries in the race for top honours in landscape awards

From rooftop gardens to restoring creeks, and Indigenous knowledge systems to parkland transformation, this year’s entries to the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) Victorian Awards program cover a broad range of subjects and issues. Read more.


13 June 2019 [Foreground]

Two degrees: global warming up close and personal

As individuals struggle with how they can contribute meaningfully to the fight against global warming, landscape architect John Mongard commits to shift both his professional and personal life. Read more.


10 June 2019 []

You Have to See These Rock Garden Ideas for Every Type of Landscape

If even succulents elude you, a rock garden might be just the solution. But if you're interested in creative rock garden ideas, it's worth debunking one common misconception right off the bat: That is, that rock gardens are composed entirely (and exclusively) of rocks. Read more.


9 June 2019 [Houzz]

Everything You Need to Know About Garden Lighting

If you’re planning a garden redesign, it’s a good idea to think about how you’ll illuminate the space in the evening. However, garden lighting can be difficult to get your head around as there are many things to consider. Read more.


4 June 2019 []

Redlynch Masterplan wins state award

A multi-sport and recreational hub project in Redlynch has been awarded a coveted state award. The Redlynch Sport and Recreation Parkland Master Plan Project has received the Parks and Leisure Australia (QLD) award in the Strategic Planning category. Read more.


30 May 2019 [Foreground]
Overgrown: a call for landscape architecture to return to the garden

Most would consider gardens and gardening as central to landscape architecture, but this rich relationship has been repressed. Julian Raxworthy calls for landscape architects to get out of the office and back into the garden.

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