LA in the Media - Issue 63

Breaking the hierarchy: Simone Bliss and the push for gender equality in landscape architecture (Image: Landscape Australia)

 

30 November 2017 [The Nature of Cities]

Biodiversity vs. Livability: What to do on the Victorian Western Volcanic Plain?

What to do when biodiversity ideals conflict with livability imperatives for a city? A fascinating example of this tension is the western suburbs of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, Australia. Read more.

24 November 2017 [Landscape Australia]

2017 AILA salary survey: Why are women still under-represented in the upper levels of the profession?

Males hold 66.1 percent of principal, partner, director and business manager roles in landscape architecture, along with 60.3 percent of senior associate and associate roles. Read more.

15 November 2017 [Southern Courier]

Find these amazing sculptures hidden in plain sight

SCULPTURE by the Sea has wrapped up for another year but Sydney’s southeast still has plenty of spectacular public art to appreciate. Read more.

13 November 2017 [Landscape Australia]

Breaking the hierarchy: Simone Bliss and the push for gender equality in landscape architecture

Landscape architecture student Sofia Paredes-Estrada explores how Simone Bliss Landscape Architecture is pioneering a flexible approach that aims to subvert hierarchies within landscape architecture. Read more.

10 November 2017 [Queensland Country Life]

The garden so beautiful, it made a veteran landscaper cry

Three of Australia's leading landscape designers give us a sneak peek at their different, and abundantly beautiful, botanical masterpieces. Read more.
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