Tag: Events

Archipelago Communal Courtyard by Terrain.

On the edge: Steven Tupu on activism and risk-taking

Hailing from New Zealand, Steven Tupu trained as a landscape architect in Australia before emigrating to New York to found Terrain, a practice that has participated in that city’s enormous transformation over the past two decades.

Watershed (or Workshop17) in Cape Town, South Africa by Wolff Architects.

Heinrich Wolff to speak at 2017 Australian Urban Design Awards

Heinrich Wolff of Wolff Architects, South Africa will give a keynote lecture on ‘network systems’ at this year’s Australian Urban Design Awards.

Elevated view of Melbourne looking south east, Victoria, 1983.

Forum to consider the fragility, dynamism and changes facing our cities

The Australian Garden History Society and the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) will join together to present a forum discussion on the ‘Elastic City’, considering the fragility, dynamism and changes facing our cities.

The Hegeman Supportive Housing project by Terrain and COOKFOX Architects.

Terrain cabaret: Steven Tupu to speak in Melbourne

Steven Tupu, founding principal of Terrain (NYC), will join a number of other presenters this Saturday 7 October at Melbourne’s iconic Savage Club for EDGEy – an event celebrating 35 years of student-organized EDGE conferences.

Conference proceedings from EDGE TOO were published in the book The Culture of Landscape Architecture, edited by Harriet Edquist and Vanessa Bird, Edge Publishing, Melbourne, 1994.

EDGEy to celebrate the tradition of student conferences in landscape architecture

An event is being held in Melbourne to celebrate the tradition of radical student conferences in landscape architecture.

The three-day program includes a number of weird and wonderful events, such as urban weed tastings, presentations on Indigenous astronomy and drone workshops.
News | Ricky Ray Ricardo | 18 Aug 2017

Students take leading role in setting the agenda

Landscape architecture students at RMIT University have organized a three-day design symposium to examine the current culture of landscape architecture in Australia.

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 UNESCO Garden (1958) by the Japanese sculptor Isamu Noguchi.
News | Ricky Ray Ricardo | 10 Oct 2016

Marc Treib to present public lecture in Melbourne

Marc Treib will present a public lecture in Melbourne titled “The Landscapes of Isamu Noguchi: The Garden as Sculpture.”

Golden Summer, Eaglemont 1889
News | 19 Sep 2016

Tour the gardens of the Impressionists

Visit the landscapes, natural and man-made, that influenced Australia’s burgeoning Impressionist artists from the late 1880s.

The Amphawa settlement in south-west Bangkok.
Review | 8 Apr 2016

Asia-Pacific landscape architects meet

This year’s IFLA Asia-Pacific Congress highlighted richness, diversity and boldness of landscape cultures.

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.

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