Tag: Conferences

Held at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, the 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture conference explored landscape architecture's place in the Anthropocene.
Review | Rhys Williams | 11 Jan 2017

Conference as eschatology

Rhys Williams reviews the 2016 AILA International Festival of Landscape Architecture: Not in my Backyard.

The Te Parapara garden at Hamilton Gardens is New Zealand's only traditional Maori productive garden. The garden showcases traditional practices, materials and ceremonies relating to food production and storage.

Australian Garden History Society seeking papers for 2017 conference

The Australian Garden History Society is seeking papers for its 2017 conference to be held Sunday 29 October in Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton-Waikato, New Zealand.

Looking over the old town of Quito, Ecuador - host city of the Habitat III summit.
Practice | Lucinda Hartley | 24 Oct 2016

Ten things you need to know about the New Urban Agenda

Lucinda Hartley reports from the UN Habitat III summit in Quito, Ecuador.

The Punta Pite (stair project).
Practice | Claire Martin | 10 Apr 2016

A conversation with Teresa Moller

Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.

Catherin Bull.
Practice | Catherin Bull | 8 Apr 2016

From land to landscape, space to place

An excerpt from Professor Catherin Bull’s keynote address at the IFLA APR Congress on Hospitality: Interact with Land.

The Punta Pite (stair project).
Practice | Claire Martin | 8 Apr 2016

A conversation with Teresa Moller

Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller speaks with Claire Martin about the philosophy behind her work.

The liveliest panel discussion of the conference Participation and Spectacle. From left: Ana Abram, Maj Plemenitas, Cees van der Veeken, Tanya Court and Natalie Jeremijenko.
Review | Shannon Satherley | 8 Apr 2016

This Public Life

Shannon Satherley reviews the 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life.