News | A preview of the August 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
Review | At Perth’s new urban square, Yagan Square, flexibility and history provide a platform for engaging with changing notions of national identity, Reconciliation and civic life.
Review | Railway Square transforms an area of former rail workshops in Perth’s north-east into a new civic space that evokes a strong sense of history.
Review | ‘Repair’, the Australian exhibition at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale calls us to reflect upon environment, habitat and the cultural history within which we work as designers.
Review | Two concurrent exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria explored the tensions between European and Indigenous perspectives on Australia’s colonization.
Practice | Monash University’s manager of Campus Design, Quality and Planning is transforming the physical environment of student life, from the bottom up.
Review | Just south of Colombo, an exquisite garden by Sri Lankan landscape architect Bevis Bawa provides a platform for an evolving design practice.
Review | Louisa King reflects on the 2018 Landscape Australia Conference.