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Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2019

Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2019

Landscape Architecture Australia

Landscape Architecture Australia Issue 161

Perspective

The February 2019 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
News | Emily Wong | 30 Jan 2019

February issue of LAA out now

A preview of the February 2019 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.

Awards

The approach to the gallery of ancient memories with the restored freshwater spring in the foreground and Bunda Mundi Ghunji (White Rock Peak) behind.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: Deakin University

White Rock Cultural Domain by Belinda Allwood Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Master of Landscape Architecture, Deakin University

Farm palace: Tasting Territory proposes a resilient ecological farming system that explores Australian Aboriginal food culture to promote native food diversity.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: RMIT University

Tasting Territory by Xingyuan Chen Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Master of Landscape Architecture, RMIT University

A section model showing proposed events and activities in the “Theatre Village” section of the site.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: The University of Adelaide

Adelaide Airport Cultural District by Junxiang Chen Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Adelaide

An illusion of “wildness”: A wavy landform provides a sense of order through repetition and creates intimate microclimates with different vegetation manifesting as a repetition of colour and texture.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: The University of Melbourne

“Can recognizable forms of design offer framing devices to indicate the value of novel ecologies?” by Kunpeng Wang Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Melbourne

Permeated by a meandering axis, users are taken on a journey through the learning landscape, engaging with elements of Aboriginal agriculture and landscape management practices.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: University of New South Wales

The Dirty Minds Project by Kaylie Salvatori Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours), University of New South Wales

The site of the Mount Arthur Coal Mine with the cooling towers of the Bayswater Power Station in the background. The proposal imagines these sites being repurposed over time for large-scale festivals and other gatherings.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: University of Technology Sydney

From mines and vines to beyond by Ari Stein Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours), University of Technology Sydney

ZooSubverted proposes an inversion of the conventional hierarchy between animal and human observer.
Archive | 30 Jan 2019

2018 Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize: Queensland University of Technology

ZooSubverted by Jared Thorp Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize Bachelor of Design (Landscape Architecture), Queensland University of Technology