Review | This lakeside project provides a quiet place to enjoy the water, without overindulging in architectural statements.
Review | A world-class sporting and educational complex is the latest addition to Redfern’s slowly growing community facilities.
Review | The City Square is finding its place after years of additions and alterations and not living up to expectations.
Review | Hassell’s Trainshed Way shared space provokes questions about the design of such environments.
Review | Rush\Wright Associates hopes this pedestrian boulevard revitalizes the social and economic capacity of Bendigo.
Review | 35 resource consents, 45 building consents, 2 district plan changes, 16 months of construction and bam! Hello waterfront.
Review | McGregor Coxall’s Australian Garden at the National Gallery of Australia is a complex and controversial project.
Review | A valuable and historic national project is treated with solemnity and respect while embracing context and symbolism.
Review | Nestled behind the Adelaide Zoo, this pedestrian bridge creates an opportunity to engage with the meandering River Torrens.
Review | Sydney’s awarded waterside park by Aspect Studios, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects and CAB Consulting.
Review | The Adelaide Zoo Giant Panda Forest and Entrance precinct announce the arrival of the mega fauna pin-up for endangered species.
Review | The psychology of imaginative play and the spirit of the river’s edge are explored in this new park in Brisbane.
Review | The Comfortably Chaotic character of this playground works within the overall context of a rolling parkland.
Review | A sustainable residential development with landscape architecture by Clouston Associates.
Review | Four landscape architecture students explore two iconic New York parks.
Review | Herbaceous invaders take over the State Library of Victoria, revealing a hint of the site’s pre-European settlement history.
Review | A showcase of 30 years of work by landscape’s pioneer of “new wave naturalism,” Piet Oudolf.
Review | With a series of careful interventions, 360°Landscape Architects sculpts a journey alongside a Sydney house.
Review | Views from both airborne and land-based approaches to Auckland Airport now centre on abstract earth forms.
Review | Garth Falconer muses on the reviews the landscape expression at Gibbs Farm, a 1000-acre private sculpture park.