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Winners revealed: 2019 WA Landscape Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of the 2019 WA Landscape Architecture Awards, which celebrate the best landscape architecture projects in the state.

“[This year] should be recognised as a significant milestone for the landscape architecture profession and its continued economic, environmental and social contribution to Western Australia, with an expansive range of inclusive, city shaping and climate friendly projects,” said AILA WA President Andrew Thomas.

The 2019 AILA WA awards jury comprised Faron Mengler AILA – registered landscape architect, AECOM (jury chair); Barbara Gdowski – manager, State Design Review Panel; Bill James FAILA; Craig Carpenter AILA – landscape architect, Blackwell and Associates; Jennifer Cooper – senior landscape architect, City of Fremantle; Peter Ciemitis – principal and lead urban designer, Robertsday (Perth); and Stuart Pullyblank FAILA.

Projects receiving Awards of Excellence and Landscape Architecture Awards will proceed to the National Awards with winners announced at the 2019 International Festival of Landscape Architecture to be held in Melbourne in October.

2019 WA Landscape Architecture Awards winners

Civic Landscape

Landscape Architecture Awards

Yagan Square – Aspect Studios, Lyons Architecture and Iredale Pedersen Hook

Karratha Health Campus – Hassell

Community Contribution

Award of Excellence

West Balcatta Primary School Nature Spaces Initiative – Walter Van Der Loo

Cultural Heritage

Landscape Architecture Awards

St Francis Xavier Cathedral - Northern Park and Playground – EPCAD Pty Ltd

Sunset Heritage Precinct – Hassell

St Francis Xavier Cathedral - Northern Park and Playground by EPCAD Pty Ltd won a Landscape Architecture Award in the Cultural Heritage category.

St Francis Xavier Cathedral - Northern Park and Playground by EPCAD Pty Ltd won a Landscape Architecture Award in the Cultural Heritage category.

Image: courtesy AILA

Gardens

Award of Excellence

Carine St Ives – Hassell

Infrastructure

Award of Excellence

Creative Quarter Cycle Hub, Curtin University – Place Laboratory

Landscape Planning

Award of Excellence

Dyarigarro Whadjuk Boodjar; Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point Foreshore – Urbis

Landscape Architecture Award

Wellington Square Masterplan – City of Perth

Play Spaces

Award of Excellence

Jo Wheatley All Abilities Play Space – Fiona Robbé Landscape Architects

Landscape Architecture Award

Sea Play On The Bay, Busselton – Plan E

Sea Play On The Bay, Busselton by Plan E won a Landscape Architecture Award in the Play Spaces category.

Sea Play On The Bay, Busselton by Plan E won a Landscape Architecture Award in the Play Spaces category.

Image: courtesy AILA

Parks and Open Space

Award of Excellence

Scarborough Beach Revitalisation – UDLA and TCL

Landscape Architecture Award

Rosehill Waters – Urbis

Tourism

Award of Excellence

Yagan Square – Aspect Studios, Lyons Architecture and Iredale Pedersen Hook

Urban Design

Award of Excellence

Hibernian Place – Hassell

Hibernian Place by Hassell won the Award of Excellence in the Urban Design category.

Hibernian Place by Hassell won the Award of Excellence in the Urban Design category.

Image: courtesy AILA

Emerging Achiever Award (Student Prize)

Kat Stewart

Future Leader Award (Graduate Prize)

Iain Roy

WA Medal

Hibernian Place - Hassell

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