Tag: Landscape Australia Conference 2018
New York-based artist Mike Hewson has been announced as the final speaker for the upcoming 2018 Landscape Australia Conference to be held on 5 May in Sydney.
An overview of the 2018 Landscape Australia Conference: Sharing Local Knowledge for a Global Future.
Mike Hewson is a New York-based visual artist with a background in civil engineering and marine and heavy-civil construction.
New York-based artist Mike Hewson has installed a 17-metre tall ‘palm pole’, palm tree seats, ‘forklift rocks’ and a playground incorporating three sandstone rock formations in the Wollongong Crown St Mall.
Design and research collaborative Rural Urban Framework is responding to the Chinese government’s urbanization agenda by working with rural Chinese communities to contribute positively to social, economic and spatial transformations.
The 2018 Landscape Australia conference will present six design practices from across the Asia-Pacific that are creatively and optimistically tackling the complex challenges of the “Asian century.”
John Lin is an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong and co-founder of Rural Urban Framework (RUF), a research and design collaborative based at The University of Hong Kong.
Shefali Balwani is a practising architect and principal of Architecture BRIO in Mumbai. Before starting her own practice she worked with Rahul Mehrotra Associates in Mumbai and the office of Channa Daswatte in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Robert Verrijt is a principal of Architecture BRIO in Mumbai. Originally from the Netherlands, Robert worked in Sri Lanka before founding Architecture BRIO in Mumbai with Shefali Balwani.
Yossapon Boonsom is a Thai landscape architect and the director of Shma Company Limited.
Prapan Napawongdee is a Thai landscape architect and the director of Shma Company Limited.
Chang Huai-yan is the director of Singapore-based landscape design firm Salad Dressing, a practice interested in challenging boundaries in the design of domesticated landscapes.
Jungyoon Kim is a founding director of PARKKIM, a Seoul-based landscape architectural firm practising beyond the traditional boundary of the profession.
Dr Jillian Walliss works in the University of Melbourne’s landscape architecture program, where she teaches landscape theory and design studios.
Elly Russell is an associate at Grant Associates.
Andrew Toland is a lecturer in landscape architecture at UTS. He was previously an assistant professor in landscape architecture at the University of Hong Kong.