LA in the Media - Issue 105

Swiss National Museum, Zurich. With a few, striking elements such as a mirror water basin, visual relations between the Gartenhof and Park are established. Photo: Giuseppe Micciche 

Swiss National Museum, Zurich. Vogt's practice used a few striking elements to establish visual relations between the Gartenhof and Park. Photo: Giuseppe Micciche

 

15 November 2019 [Pro Landscaper]
Winners announced for The Future Park Design Ideas Competition
Winners of The Future Park Design Ideas Competition were announced on Friday, October 11 during the 2019 International Festival of Landscape Architecture. Read more.

14 November 2019 [Landscape Architecture Aotearoa]
Now that the Resene New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architecture 2019 Awards have been decided it’s time to turn your thoughts to entering next year’s World Landscape Architect awards. 
The winners of the 2019 Australian Urban Design Awards have been announced. From 52 shortlisted entries, 10 have received awards and commendations across categories for built projects as well as leadership, advocacy and researchRead more

13 November 2019 [Financial Review]
Fini's Victoria House to breathe life into Perth hospital site
Fini Group has won planning approval for its $65 million mixed-use Victoria House redevelopment in the grounds of the former Royal Perth Hospital and hopes to start construction in mid-2020. Read more.

12 November 2019 [Building]
5 minutes with… Angus Bruce, principal and head of landscape architecture, Hassell Studio
Angus Bruce tells Building about tech literacy, watching your projects mature, and wishful thinking. Read more. 

11 November 2019 [Foreground]
The Foreground five: Our most-read stories in October
October was a busy month for landscape architecture on Foreground, with our coverage of both the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects national awards program and the Square and the Park festival topping the list of most-read stories. Read more.

11 November 2019 [Architecture and Design]
Peak industry bodies to collaborate for design excellence
Three leading peak industry bodies have come together on a new collaborative initiative to deliver better outcomes in the built environment for Australian communities. Read more. 
 
8 November 2019 [Redland City Bulliten]
Working with the flow of Jones' Residence
What more could you want from a garden? The jury citation for the winner of the 2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Award of Excellence for Gardens reads: 'Jones Residence is a living landscape that celebrates planting through a structure that meets the needs of the local site and provides a new lifestyle for the family.' Read more.
 
6 November 2019 [Cairns Post]
Future Tasmania: Landscape architect Jerry de Gryse says state needs to embrace green economy
TASMANIA’S future prosperity lies in embracing a green economy, says a local urban design expert. Landscape architect Jerry de Gryse of Inspiring Places says it is time to pin our colours to the mast. Read more. 
 

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