News | A preview of the August 2016 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Review | Charles Anderson reviews Unspoken Spaces: Studio Olafur Eliasson, a richly illustrated journey through the extraordinary range of works realized by artist Olafur Eliasson and his studio since the late 1990s.
Review | A poetic and dynamic light array provides information about the estuarine health of Hobart’s River Derwent by monitoring dissolved oxygen levels below the surface.
Practice | This photographic essay by Rocco Rorandelli of TerraProject Photographers explores Greece’s refugee camps, including the people who live there and the possessions they carry with them from their homelands.
Practice | With climate-related disasters predicted to increase over the next century, can landscape architects play a productive role in the delivery of aid to the world’s poor and displaced?
Practice | Is our predilection for happiness and the rise of the virtual eroding our connection with each other and our cities?
Practice | A conversation with Finnish architect and philosopher Juhani Pallasmaa.
Practice | With highrise apartment tower approvals increasing exponentially in Australian cities, it’s important that designers and developers engage with post-occupancy research.
Practice | Charles Landry chats with Claire Martin about the lack of emotional and aesthetic intelligence that is applied to city-making.
Practice | Norway-based Kjetil Trædal Thorsen speaks with Landscape Architecture Australia about rapid prototyping, the internationalization of architecture and the value of “getting the musician in the engineer to come out.”
Practice | In Australia our cities are built upon the lands of Indigenous peoples, but Indigenous people are still here; their culture is still here. To see it we must stop, listen and look for the signs.