Practice | Lot sizes and backyards are shrinking in Australia at the same time as building density is increasing. So we cannot afford to overlook the potential of existing – but neglected – spaces in our suburbs, like drains.
Practice | New technologies have the potential to disrupt current land use patterns and create new opportunities in our cities and regions.
News | An event is being held in Melbourne to celebrate the tradition of radical student conferences in landscape architecture.
News | The 2018 Landscape Australia conference will present six design practices from across the Asia-Pacific that are creatively and optimistically tackling the complex challenges of the “Asian century.”
Review | The Woody Meadow Project seeks to create urban plantings that are diverse and attractive yet require minimal maintenance.
News | The design of a residential complex enveloped by Sydney Park will be decided through an invited competition between four architectural teams.
Practice | Green wall and roof garden projects pose many challenges to good planting design outcomes, particularly synergizing design intent and management. How can the processes be improved?
Review | The 202020 Vision is an initiative to create “20 percent more green space in Australia’s urban areas by the year 2020.” But the ambitions of the vision, and its claims to success, deserve some serious scrutiny.
News | The Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers (AILDM) announced its annual awards in Sydney.
Practice | Michael Bates, arguably the most enterprising landscape contractor in the Sydney region, reflects on his education as a gardener in this excerpt from his recent book, The New Australian Garden.