AWARDS

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Liyan-ngan Nyirrwa (Cultural Wellbeing Centre) by Nyamba Buru Yawuru and MudMap Studio won the Award of Excellence in the Health and Education Landscape category, a Regional Award and the WA Medal.

Winners announced: 2020 WA Landscape Architecture Awards

The winners of the 2020 WA Landscape Architecture Awards were announced at a ceremony in Perth on 31 July.

Minda Coast Park by Oxigen took out the Award of Excellence in the Parks and Open Space category.

Winners announced: 2020 SA and NT Landscape Architecture Awards

Awarded projects include a climate resilient school landscape and a coastal pedestrian and cyclist connection both in Adelaide; and a masterplan for a new civic precinct in Darwin.

Domic by James Birrell Design Lab

Winners announced: 2020 QLD Landscape Architecture Awards

The Queensland chapter of AILA has awarded 17 projects from a total of 68 submissions.

Kambri, Australian National University (ANU) by Aspect Studios in association with Lahznimmo Architects

Winners announced: 2020 ACT Landscape Architecture Awards

Three projects received Awards of Excellence and seven projects were the recipients of Landscape Architecture Awards across the state program.

Sunvale Community Park by Brimbank City Council

Winners announced: 2020 VIC Landscape Architecture Awards

Twenty-six projects were awarded across 12 categories from a total of 50 entries.

Mahon Pool Amenities and Maroubra Seals Swimming Clubhouse by Sue Barnsley Design.

Winners announced: 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards

Awarded projects include a garden that celebrates the heritage of Sydney’s Chinatown; a conservation framework for a major urban park; and an Indigenous dance ground for healing and belonging.

National prize winner: Revival: Drug Rehabilitation Landscape by Oshadi Jayasinghe of Deakin University

2019 Landscape Student Prize

The winners of the 2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize.

The design aims to reduce depression and loneliness and increase patients’ self satisfaction by connecting them to the soil and the process of growing food.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: Deakin University

Revival: Drug Rehabilitation Landscape by Oshadi Jayasinghe, Master of Landscape Architecture, Deakin University

The evaporative infrastructures of District 1 produce vapour and intensely heat the surrounding atmosphere.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: Queensland University of Technology

Apotheosis by Rebecca Lee, Bachelor of Design (Landscape Architecture), Queensland University of Technology

Each reserve has a planning area where participants design site specific management practices.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: The University of Canberra

Wayfinder by Fehin Coffey, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours), The University of Canberra

A herd feeds on the post-harvest remains of crops and creates manure that feeds the next cropping cycle during the “adaptive development” phase.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: RMIT University

Nomadic Mechanism by Rainie Zhang, Master of Landscape Architecture, RMIT University

Within the tunnels, different conduction devices allow for multiple sensory experiences; sound pipelines extend into each animal’s living space, enabling visitors to hear different sounds.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: The University of Adelaide

Adelaide Sense City Zoo by Shan Huang, Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Adelaide

The design’s grassy hills and bush land reflect the 1880s paintings of Box Hill by Tom Roberts. The existing brickwork heritage offers a new landmark.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: The University of Melbourne

Transitioning to renewable energy: An integrated landscape approach by Cheng Xing, Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Melbourne

Edge treatments prioritize ecosystem health while reconnecting people to the creek.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: UNSW Sydney

Returning Toongabbie by Emma Lacoste, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours), UNSW Sydney

Drawing on the history of mushroom growing in Australia, the disused railway tunnels under Sydney become a productive network again.

2019 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: University of Technology Sydney

Gateway to the Third Kingdom by Ella Farley, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours), University of Technology Sydney

Howard Smith Wharves by HSW Nominees, Urbis and Woods Bagot

The winners of the 2019 Australian Urban Design Awards

Ten of Australia’s best urban design works have received awards and commendations at the 2019 Australian Urban Design Awards.

Building Height Standards Review Project by Leigh Woolley Architect and Urban Design Consultant

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards: Winner of Leadership, Advocacy and Research – City and Regional Scale

Building Height Standards Review Project by Leigh Woolley Architect and Urban Design Consultant

Automated and Zero Emission Vehicles – How They Might Reshape Our Streets by Ethos Urban and Urban Circus

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards: Commendation for Leadership, Advocacy and Research – City and Regional Scale

Automated and Zero Emission Vehicles – How They Might Reshape Our Streets by Ethos Urban and Urban Circus

Maitland Levee and Riverlink Building by McGregor Coxall and Chrofi

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards: Winner of Built Projects – City and Regional Scale

Maitland Levee and Riverlink Building by McGregor Coxall and Chrofi

Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project by Aspect Studios with Cox Architecture

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards: Commendation for Built Projects – City and Regional Scale

Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project by Aspect Studios with Cox Architecture

Engaging the community in the principles of urban design: Serious Urban Play by University of the Sunshine Coast

2019 Australian Urban Design Awards: Commendation for Leadership, Advocacy and Research – Local and Neighbourhood Scale

Engaging the community in the principles of urban design: Serious Urban Play by University of the Sunshine Coast

First place winner: "The Gap" by Marti Fooks, Claire Winsor, Suhas Vasudeva and Jacqueline Heggli

Winners revealed: The Future Park Design Ideas Competition

An “ambitious vision that combines a critique of a social injustice with a driver for landscape change in the city“ has won The Future Park Design Ideas Competition.

Bendigo Hospital Project by Oculus with Paul Thompson

2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards announced

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of the 2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards.