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Landscape Architecture Australia, August 2011

Landscape Architecture Australia, August 2011

Landscape Architecture Australia

Reviews, news and opinions on landscape architecture, urban design and planning.

Review

The unassuming entrance to the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.
Review | Emma Wood | 28 Apr 2016

Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden

A tribute to the pioneer women of South Australia, this garden designed by Elsie Marion Cornish was first unveiled in 1941.

More articles

The Punta Pite (stair project).
Practice | Claire Martin | 8 Apr 2016

A conversation with Teresa Moller

Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.

The Punta Pite (stair project).
Practice | Claire Martin | 10 Apr 2016

A conversation with Teresa Moller

Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.

Part of the Monument residential site in Sydney, this garden serves as a bold geometric form 
from above.

Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects

Taylor Brammer incorporates a sense of site history into its proposals, and has done many heritage and conservation projects.

Mulberry Cottage by Eckersley Garden Architecture (Vic).
News | 8 Apr 2016

Celebrating residential landscapes

The Outdoor category in the inaugural Houses Awards, in 2011, celebrated Australian residential landscape architecture.

A detachable stage sits inside the red-striped circle.
Review | Sueanne Ware | 28 Apr 2016

Franklin Wharf improvements

Oculus explores how Franklin Wharf is, and could be, simultaneously occupied by members of the public and local dock workers.

An aerial shot of the Port Botany expansion project, overlooking the boat ramp, pedestrian overpass and port terminal.
Review | Tempe MacGowan | 28 Apr 2016

Port Botany Expansion

Twelve kilometres south of the Sydney CBD, Port Botany has experienced a transformation by AECOM that aims to unify the site.

The information hub sign.
Review | Cassie Hansen | 28 Apr 2016

Falls Creek wayfinding signage

Büro North’s tree-like wayfinding signage system at Falls Creek helps visitors navigate their way around in all seasons.

The shade structure is tall enough to be seen from either end of the site.
Review | Luke Jones | 28 Apr 2016

Glenelg St bus stop

Deicke Richards has created a generous shade structure that provides a transition space for pedestrians.

The town of Claremont allocated 30 percent of the site to public open space.
Review | Dr Helen Whitbread | 28 Apr 2016

Lakeway drive-in redevelopment

Hassell transforms a former drive-in theatre into a residential site, retaining valued bushland and parkland.