The revival of an historic Maori site wins New Zealand’s highest landscape architecture award.
Waterfront regeneration and urban greening projects feature at the 2013 AILA SA Awards.
The 2013 Awards from the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.
Itaoui Woodland Park by McGregor Coxall
Bendigo Botanic Gardens Master Plan by City of Bendigo
Bonner P-6 School & Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander Learning & Cultural Centre by Harris Hobbs
Clarence River Way Masterplan by Clouston Associates
Lollipop Creek by Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture
Clifton Hill Railway Project Landscape by Jeavons Landscape Architects
Pirrama Park by Aspect Studios
Jack Evans Boat Harbour, Tweed Heads by Aspect Studios
SW1 by Andrew Green (formerly Gamble McKinnon Green)
Mueller Park Universal Playspace by Ecoscape (Australia) Pty Ltd
Robelle Domain by Vee Design
The Australian Garden and New Entry at the National Gallery of Australia by McGregor Coxall
Wild Sea Exhibit, Melbourne Zoo by Taylor Cullity Lethlean
Humanities and Science Campus (Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra) by Spackman Mossop Michaels
Bingara and the Living Classroom by John Mongard Landscape Architects
Roogulli (Bywong NSW) by Fresh Landscape Design
Walyjala-jala buru jayida jarringun buru Nyamba Yawuru ngan-ga mirli mirli, (Planning for the future: Yawuru Cultural Management Plan) by UDLA