The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 Queensland Landscape Architecture Awards.
The awards acknowledged 28 winners over 12 categories, celebrating leading projects of all sizes across regional and metropolitan Queensland.
AILA Queensland Awards Jury Chair Amalie Wright said the awards showcase the far-reaching benefits of Landscape Architecture to all Queenslanders.
“Landscape Architects work with ‘life outside’. ‘Life outside’ impacts everyone, and we design places for people from all walks of life,” Amalie says.
“Landscape Architecture has the potential to touch every person in their day-to-day lives. The awards are a great opportunity to celebrate the very spaces people use and love, whether in their local communities or on their way to work.”
The annual awards program acknowledges the growing impact of Landscape Architecture on the spaces we inhabit. It also recognises projects that stand out for their innovative approaches that push the boundaries of design, or are considered to be of state significance.
The winners were announced at an event in Brisbane on Thursday 21 June.
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