Practice | Agricultural scientist, farmer and writer Charles Massy advocates for a stronger relationship between humanity and the non-human world in agricultural practice. A workshop with Massy and members of the landscape profession offered opportunities to explore the relationship of Massy’s ideas to broader landscape practice.
Practice | The Australian landscape architectural profession has been engaged with Asia from the 1970s. Embassy projects were a particular focus in the beginning, when desires for harmonious political and cultural relationships were expressed in new and interesting physical forms.
News | The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards.
News | The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has launched its inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan which aims to facilitate the development of a deeper level of respect for Traditional Custodians and their relationship with the landscape.
Practice | Landscape architecture academics Jillian Walliss and Heike Rahmann from the University of Melbourne and RMIT University respectively caught up with a group of international landscape architecture students to learn about their experiences in Australia and why they chose to study here.
News | Public submissions are open for proposed changes to the planning rules for central Melbourne and Southbank, with a new design guide underpinning the proposed changes.
News | Entries close on 20 July for the 2018 Australian Urban Design Awards, a program which recognizes Australian urban design projects of the highest quality.
Places | Sprout Landscape Architecture with CAB Consulting have transformed a former hospital site in Sydney’s east into a community park that provides a flexible setting for future urban growth.
Practice | The marker trees of the Watti Watti people in north-west Victoria have substantial spiritual and cultural significance yet are currently afforded little in the way of formalised heritage protection.