LA in the Media - Issue 56

Adventurescape in South Yunderup won a design excellence award at this year’s AILA WA Awards

Monday 24 July 2017 [Crookwell Gazette]

Upper Lachlan Council allocates $200,000 to better village streetscapes

Steps to enhance the streetscapes of villages and towns across Upper Lachlan Shire are underway. Read more.

Monday 24 July 2017 [Beaudesert Times]

"Plan B” for Scenic Rim overhaul funding needed: mayor

PLANS to upgrade community precincts in Boonah and Tamborine Mountain have been put on hold as Scenic Rim Regional Council considers a “plan B” for project co-funding. Read more.

Thursday 13 July 2017 [Illumni]

AN AWARDS ENTRIES EXHIBITION, A BOOK LAUNCH – OR A HOUSE PARTY?

Over 180 engineers, lighting professionals and AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architects) guests ignored the rain and cold on a Wednesday night to see 2017 AILA NSW awards entries and witness the Sydney launch of the WE-EF’s most unexpected publication – the Black Book. Read more.

Wednesday 12 June 2017 [Landscape Outlook]

Kingfisher House

When I first visited Australia in 2007 with my partner Hilke from Germany, we fell in love with the landscape, the weather, and the people. We are now proud Australian citizens and building our first Australian home in north Brisbane. Read more.


Wednesday 12 July 2017 [Illumni]

WE-EF BECOMES PRINCIPAL CORPORATE PARTNER OF AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

We are thrilled to announce that WE-EF has become Principal Corporate Partner of AILA as of July 1 this year. Read more.

Tuesday 11 July 2017 [Architecture & Design]

Architectural design competition planned for “underutilised corner” of Sydney Park

Plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria, to be designed following an architectural competition held by developer HPG Australia. Read more.

Sunday 9 July 2017 [Quest Community News]

Town square a real winner with architects

BEENLEIGH town square has won the Civic ­Landscape Architecture Award at this year’s Queensland Architecture Landscape Awards. Read more.
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