Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Kurnell masterplan by Neeson Murcutt Architects and Sue BarnsleyDesign.
22 March 2019 [Geelong Advertiser]
Four women digging it as landscape architects at Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
There have been many changes to the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show since it began 24 years ago, with one of the most significant being the influx of women into the industry. Read more.
21 March 2019 [RoadsOnline]
City of Nedlands wins at IPWEA WA
Covering 1.92 hectare The Jo Wheatley All Abilities Play Space was designed by landscape architect Fiona Robbé and at its scale is the first of its kind in WA. Read more.
21 March 2019 [Build Australia]
Construction nears completion at Sixty Martin Place
The Sixty Martin Place development, designed by leading international design practice, HASSELL, and constructed by multinational construction group, LendLease, recently topped out. Read more
18 March 2019 [Domain]
The green view: the benefits of parkside living
Canadian writer and activist Marty Rubin once described parks and playgrounds as “the soul of a city” and there are plenty of property buyers who would be quick to agree. Read more.
11 March 2019 [ArchitectureAnd Design]
Graduate Jared Thorp wins HASSELL Travelling Scholarship
HASSELL has announced Queensland University of Technology (QUT) graduate Jared Thorp as the winner of the 2019 HASSELL Travelling Scholarship - Robin Edmond Award. Read more.
9 March 2019 [MyStyleNews]
Melbourne Design Week’s explosive ideas for 21st-century urban living
Forty years later can we do better? Coincidentally, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects is launching a new competition during Design Week. Read more.
8 March 2019 [ArchitectureAU]
Better together: The architecture of women in collaboration
The theme of the 2019 International Women’s Day – a day with radical roots that has become an annual rallying point for women across the world – is “Balance for Better.” Read more.
8 March 2019 [ForeGround]
Venus and the Pleiades: A reflection on women in landscape architecture
Almost seven years ago, landscape architect Hilary Hamnett reflected on her career and the influential yet understated history of some key women in the profession. Read more.
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