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.
The president of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), Kathryn Moore is in visit to New Zealand and Australia.
Her visit started with a meeting with the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA) to discuss the future of the profession and how international experience can help New Zealand in promoting the importance of the Landscape profession as well as in national policy such as the Resource Management Act. Kathryn also gave three public lecture starting at Vi
Asociaţia Peisagiştilor din România (the Romanian Landscape Architects Association) announces the publication of the occupation of landscape architect (PEISAGIST) in the COR nomenclature (Romanian Occupational Classification), code 216202, base group 2162, Architects in landscape architecture, by Order of the Labour Ministry and the National Institute for Statistics, no 1419/328/2014 regarding modification and completion of Occupational Clasification in Romania – level of occupation (six chara
The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), which represents the worldwide profession of landscape architecture, is soliciting nominations for its Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.
The IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award is the highest honor that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow upon a landscape architect. The Award recognizes a living landscape architect whose lifetime achievements
Our member association, the Landscape Institute (LI) – the UK professional body for landscape architecture, in a collocation with other partners, created a very interesting animation that explains how important the role of landscape architects is. The animation shows how the liveability of our cities is contingent on all those responsible for designing and managing our cities working with the landscape rather than against it.
Captions: (Top to bottom and from left to right): − Ballast Point − Landscape archeology for Friendship Street − Qunli Stormwater Park − Aranzadi Park − Folly Forest_A Dance Floor for 100 Trees − Geometric Baths − Queens Plaza − Making Space in Dalston − Auckland Waterfront: North Warf Promenade e SiloPark − The High Line − Landscape Restoration of the Vall d’en Joan Landfill Site
The Architects’ Association of Catalonia (Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya-COAC) and the Catalan University (Universitat Pol
Dear delegates and presidents,
Dear landscape architects’ community
It is a great honour to have been elected world president of International Federation of Landscape Architects and be at the heart of a long established international organization with connections to major partners across the world. It is particularly important given the way the discipline of landscape architecture is developing. There is a new way of talking about landscape and the raised profile of our
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS’ PREMIER AWARD – SIR GEOFFREY JELLICOE AWARD 2014
The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), which represents the worldwide profession of Landscape Architecture, proudly announced today that Professor Sun Xiao Xiang of Peoples Republic of China is the worthy winner of the Landscape Architects’ premier award for 2014, the Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.
Sun Xiao Xiang is recognised as an integral influence within the first generation of “modern” Landscape
“Today, neither scene nor mirror, but a screen and network. Neither transcendence nor depth, but an immanent surface where operations unfold, the smooth operational surface of communication. In the image of television, our whole surrounding universe and even our own body become a control screen.” The other by itself by Jean Baudrillard
Thought and Action oriented to academic, research and professional responses:
1. LANDSCAPES IN EMERGENCY_THE LANDSCAPE IN “THE EMERGENCY” 2. HERITAGE LANDSCAPE
Hitesh Mehta best represents the theme of the conference “Thinking and Action” as he successfully marries academia with private practice. He is an External Examiner, Adjunct Professor, Landscape Architect, Architect, Interior Architect and Environmental Planner and is a multi-International award winning designer with Awards in Landscape Architecture, Planning, Architecture, Urban Design, Creative Writing and Interior Design. Hitesh Mehta has over 27 years experience, having worked and consulte