The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) has launched its Corporate Membership programme to enable private practices, governmental and regional agencies, NGOs and any other organisation with an interest in Landscape Architecture to join the federation’s global network.
IFLA, the world’s only recognised international association for Landscape Architecture, represents students, educators and practitioner in driving a field that is achieving ever-greater prominence.
“This programme comes at the ideal moment,” said Kathryn Moore, IFLA President. “At a time when IFLA initiatives such as the International Landscape Convention are defining Landscape Architecture as the profession for a better future, organisations can now not only engage with IFLA’s progress but also benefit from a worldwide collective of Landscape Architects which is expanding across North, South and Central America, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.”
As well as the opportunity to showcase an organisation’s profile to over 70 national associations, Corporate Membership provides subscribers with discounts for the IFLA World Congress, business missions and job advertisement services. For added flexibility, the programme allows organisations to enjoy Silver, Gold or Platinum membership.
Founded in 1948 by the late, legendary Landscape Architect, Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, IFLA is formed of national associations of Landscape Architects spanning six continents. The Federation marks the gold standard of education and practice concerning land use, design, urban, town and sectoral planning, infrastructure development, environmental protection, maintenance of parks and historic gardens.
Visit http://iflaonline.org/about/membership/join/to join IFLA.