The 33rd edition of WLA Magazine celebrates 10 years of World Landscape Architecture (worldlandscapearchitect.com) and the various projects it has published over the years.
The magazine has published some amazing groundbreaking projects over the years and this edition (WLA33) seeks to publish a selection of 50 projects from the past 32 editions along with some other earlier projects published in the last 10 years on worldlandscapearchitect.com.
More information here.
More information about the competition here.
- Winning entry ‘CLIMATE CHANGE AND URBAN RESILIENCE / A new park along the final part of the Aniene River in Rome
IFLA Europe have announced the winners of the 2017 Young Landscape Architects Competition.
Category A (conceptual projects, ideas) was won by ‘Climate Change and Urban Resilience‘
Winner from category B – ‘People’
Category B (realised projects) was won by ‘People?‘.
The peoples choice was won by ‘See the forest in our future‘.
More information about the competition can be found on
NZILA has announced the 2017 winners of the Pride of Place Landscape Architecture awards. Schemes across a wide range of categories are considered including.
The full list of winners can be found here, it included the NZILA Award of Excellence to the Australian Memorial, Wellington (pictured above) by Mark Newdick Landscape Architects for the Australian Wargraves Department. The NZILA pages for award winners include images and also video interviews with the design team.
IFLA News – Issue 51 is now out – with news of the IFLA Global Educational Accreditation Procedure from Chair of the IFLA EAA Committee, Andreja Tutundzic, you can get it as a pdf here or read it online here.
Following a recent election IFLA is delighted to announce that a new Chair of the Cultural Landscapes Committee has been appointed. Professor Sung-Kyun Kim is the President, Asian Cultural Landscape Association (ACLA) and Professor, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea and has had long standing relationship with IFLA, serving as the Korean delegate of IFLA for more than 10 years, as the Treasurer of IFLA Eastern Region from 1999 to 2002 and as the chair of IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committ
IFLA News Issue 50 is our with comment from IFLA Climate Change Working Group Chair, Dr Colleen Mercer-Clarke. You can read it online here, or download as a PDF here.
The Lake at Middlesborough Copyright Historic England
IFLA News Issue 49 is out with news of ICOMOS declarations signed at the World Design Summit. You can read online here or download as a PDF here.
Dezeen has published an article about the World Design Summit, an extract of this is below:
For the first time, representatives of leading international organisations representing designers, architects, planners and landscape architects have collaborated effectively to present a united position on the utilisation of design to cope with pressing global economic, social, environmental and cultural challenges,” said a statement from World Design Summit.
It is hoped that the document will be used a
Congratulations to the winners of the IFLA APR 2017 International Student Competition!
1st Prize $3,000
Back to Lake – the historical reclamation of farming and fishing in Sanshan island of Tai lake
By Yuanyuan Zhang, Lizhu Zeng, Wanting Lin, Xiaofang Liu from Soochow University
2nd Prize $2,000
When Flood Equals Wealth at Bangkien, Choomsang, Nakonsawan, Thailand
By Pakasem Tongchai from Chulalongkorn University
3rd Prize $1,000
Rural Landscape and Infrastructure: Reconsidering Indigenous Comm
DL FPNV Jens Lindhe 01 – 03: The urban plaza in front of the golden Library and Cultural house in Copenhagen’s Northwest Quarter wins Danish Landscape Architecture Award 2017 / Credit: Jens Lindhe
The urban plaza in front of the golden Library and Cultural house in Copenhagen’s Northwest Quarter wins Danish Landscape Architecture Award 2017. The project is conducted by Schønherr, COBE and TRANSFORM, with Grontmij as engineer, Malmos A/S as Developer with the municipality of Copenhagen as clien
As we have previously announced IFLA Africa has elected a new President, Carey Duncan. As president of the region Carey will also become a member of IFLA World’s Executive Council, we would like to warmly welcome Carey to this role.
IFLA Honorary Member Richard L P Tan recently issued this letter and images detailing the recent first steps taken towards establishing a Landscape Architecture Association for Cambodia.
The New IFLA Africa ExCo takes office today:
Tunji Adejumo, immediate past president and ex-officio member (Nigeria)
Carey Duncan, President (Morocco)
Graham Young, Secretary General (South Africa)
Sondès Zaier, Treasurer (Tunisia)
Kharbal Khalto, Communications and External Relations (CER) (Nigeria)
Roberta Oramabo (Professional Practice and Policy (PPP) (Nigeria)
Carolyne Wanza (Education and Academic Affairs (EAA) (Kenya)
IFLA Africa advisors:
James Taylor, Canada
Hitesh Mehta, (
Today the World Design Summit issued the following statement:
The World Design Summit Organization (WSDO) wishes to thank all our partners and participants: speakers, delegates, exhibitors, sponsors, suppliers, and volunteers for their role in the first edition of the World Design Summit (WDS) in Montreal, from 16 to 24 October 2017.
We are grateful to our founding partners, including the steering committee, and our professional design associations partners from the six disciplines, for the su
Following the election for the role of President of the IFLA APR held between 30th Aug – 30th Sept 2017, the chart below shows that the incumbent, Damian Tang, has been re-elected for a further two year term.
As a result, Mr Damian Tang was elected as the IFLA APR President for the 2017 – 2019 term.
As there is no other contestant for the Honorary Secretary position, an election is not required and thus Associate Professor Mike Barthelmeh will hold this appointment from
The 2016 Australian Census revealed that, for the first time since colonization, migration to Australia from Asia has surpassed that from Europe. Australia’s fortunes are tied symbiotically to the region’s, and being able to fluently and meaningfully engage with Asian cultures is important if the opportunities represented by the so-called “Asian century” are to be taken advantage of.
You can find out more about the conference here.
Read the declaration in full, signed by signatories including IFLA, here.
2017 AILA National Awards
|AILA has announced the winners of this year’s National Landscape Architecture Awards. You can see the full list of winners here. Image Credit AILA.
Today IFLA was one of 34 international organizations who came together solve global issues through design. At the World Design Summit in Montreal, The first Montreal Design Declaration has now been officially signed.
This global undertaking was focused on developing an international action plan for harnessing the power of design to address pressing global challenges. International organizations representing design, architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture, are coming together for
On Friday, October 20th 2017, the Winners of the 2017 IFLA Student Design Competition were announced by the CSLA.
1st Place – IFLA Group Han Prize for Student Landscape Architecture $3,500 US
“Global Energy Landscapes: evolutionary process of infrastructures in new territories. The Patagonia case.”
Tomas Esteban Pont Apostolo, Stefano Romagnoli, Juan Cruz Serafini
Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design, National University of Cordoba, Argentina
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IFLA News Issue 48 is out – you can get it online here or download as a pdf here.
The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), which represents the worldwide profession of Landscape Architecture, proudly announced today at the opening ceremony of their World Congress in Montreal, Canada, that Dutch Landscape Architect Dirk SIJMONS has been selected as the winner of the 2017 premier award for Landscape Architecture, the IFLA – Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.
The Award Jury composed of a Landscape Architect from each of the five IFLA regions, and the Secretary Gene
Longtime NPS administrator Darwina Neal wins Penn State Alumni Fellow award
Darwina L. Neal (’65 B.S. Landscape Architecture) is the recipient of a 2017 Penn State Alumni Fellow award, the most prestigious honor given by the Penn State Alumni Association.
Neal is a longtime National Park Service (NPS) administrator who retired as chief of cultural resource preservation services, National Capital Region (NCR), in 2009. The first woman elected president of the American Society of Landscape Archite
IFLA News Issue 47 is out. You can read it online here or download as a PDF here.