News | Antonia Besa Lehmann from the University of Melbourne has been announced as the winner of the 2018 HASSELL Travelling Scholarship – Robin Edmond Award.
Practice | Parkkim, a landscape architecture practice based in the South Korean capital, Seoul, boasts a portfolio of highly refined projects that are underpinned by a passion for research and innovation.
News | A new report by Infrastructure Australia recommends the Commonwealth Government establish a framework of incentives to improve the productivity, liveability and affordability of our largest cities.
News | The Victorian Goverment has appointed McGregor Coxall as part of a team to design the first stage of a masterplan to revitalize a 28-kilometre stretch of Victoria’s world-famous Great Ocean Road.
News | Rush Wright, Liminal Architecture and Snøhetta have won the competition for the design of the new History and Interpretation Centre at the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site in South Hobart.
Practice | Ecological succession – where colonizer plant species grow quickly to provide organic matter, shelter and nutrients to their longer-lived neighbours – is rarely employed in planting schemes, but it holds great potential to produce more interesting, dynamic and resilient landscapes.
News | Australia is one of only fifteen nations (a list that also includes Canada and the United States) that does not recognize the human right to a healthy environment at the federal level.
News | From the conscious chaos of the Towers Road Residence garden to the restrained elegance of Fairfield House, Landscape Australia editor Emily Wong rounds up five recent projects that explore landscapes as spaces for living.
News | Using over a thousand heritage camphor trees recovered from a site near Jiangxi, the park and gardens, designed by UK landscape designer Dan Pearson, will form a connected green space amidst a rising wave of urban development.
Review | In the south-east of Tasmania a new forty-six-kilometre hiking trail charts spectacular sea cliffs and dramatic gullies. The trail is one of the largest nature tourism projects in Australian history and its design will no doubt inform others in development.