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.
Heinrich Wolff of Wolff Architects, South Africa will give a keynote lecture on ‘network systems’ at this year’s Australian Urban Design Awards.
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.
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.
An event is being held in Melbourne to celebrate the tradition of radical student conferences in landscape architecture.
Landscape architecture students at RMIT University have organized a three-day design symposium to examine the current culture of landscape architecture in Australia.
Rhys Williams reviews the 2016 AILA International Festival of Landscape Architecture: Not in my Backyard.
Marc Treib will present a public lecture in Melbourne titled “The Landscapes of Isamu Noguchi: The Garden as Sculpture.”
Visit the landscapes, natural and man-made, that influenced Australia’s burgeoning Impressionist artists from the late 1880s.
This year’s IFLA Asia-Pacific Congress highlighted richness, diversity and boldness of landscape cultures.
Shannon Satherley reviews the 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life.