The Landscape Institute has announced the winners of the annual Landscape Institute Awards 2018.
From 163 entries, the winners highlight an array of projects that focus on landscape design, community, sustainability and innovative thinking. The diversity of the projects showcases the efforts the profession makes to protect and develop the landscape.
Adam White, President of the Landscape Institute, said: ‘From a quarry in Shanghai to a 21st century back garden in Elephant and Castle, landscape practitioners are leading the way in combatting climate change, creating places where people want to live and connecting people, place and nature.
IFLA sends its congratulations to all the participants!