Winners announced: 2020 QLD Landscape Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced 17 winning projects, including three Awards of Excellence and one Regional Award, at the 2020 QLD Landscape Architecture Awards. The winning projects were selected from a total of 68 submissions across the program’s 14 categories.

AILA Queensland chapter president David Uhlmann noted the recent focus on landscape architecture as a result of COVID-19.

“With people spending more time enjoying local parks, backyards, and green spaces, landscape architecture has been brought to the forefront … the [pandemic] situation [is highlighting the discipline’s] importance now, more than ever,” he said.

“We believe there has been a newfound realisation of the importance of green space and active travel opportunities that are complementary to essential infrastructure, not only in our city centres, but also in our neighbourhoods, and surrounding our homes. These outdoor destinations are playing a huge role in social recovery as we begin to step out from the COVID-19 pandemic.”


Civic Landscape

Landscape Architecture Award

Aerodrome Road Intersection – Hassell


Community Contribution

Landscape Architecture Award

Hummingbird House – Saunders Havill Group



Culttural Heritage

Award of Excellence

City Botanic Gardens – Hill’s Avenue – City Projects Office


Gardens

Award of Excellence

Domic – James Birrell Design Lab

Landscape Architecture Award

Valencia Residences – RPS



Health and Education Landscape

Landscape Architecture Awards

QUT Education Precinct and Pedestrian Spine, Kelvin Grove Campus – TCL with Wilson Architects and Henning Larsen
University of Queensland Community Garden, St Lucia – Lat27 in collaboration with DWP (Architecture)


Infrastructure

Landscape Architecture Award

Caboolture to Wamuran Rail Trail – Moreton Bay Regional Council



Land Management

Award of Excellence

Small Creek Naturalisation Stages 1 and 2 – Landscapology and Bligh Tanner



Landscape Planning

Landscape Architecture Award

Urban Tree Canopy Cover Study Gold – Arup


Parks and Open Space

Landscape Architecture Award

Bim’bimba Park – Form Landscape Architects



Play Spaces

Landscape Architecture Award

Caloundra Christian College Junior School Play Space – Greenedge Design Consultants



Research, Policy and Communications

Landscape Architecture Award

Sunshine Coast Design Strategy and Book – Sunshine Coast Council



Small Projects

Landscape Architecture Award

Flower Street Office – Fred St



Tourism

Landscape Architecture Award

Ipswich Nature Centre – Vee Design



Urban Design

Landscape Architecture Award

Milton Urban Common – City Projects Office



Regional Award

Inter-Urban Break Outdoor Recreation Plan – Lat27 in collaboration with Alliance Planning, John Gaskell Planning

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