IFLA News – Issue 77 is out. It is an Advisory Circle Article on Assessing relevant knowledge related to types and characteristics of urban green and blue spaces having a significant impact on human health and well-being. You can get it online here or download as a pdf here.
This year, 119 eligible office profiles, 249 public projects and 44 gardens were judged by two 5-member juries. There is one winner in each of the three category, one special mention in office category and one in garden category. Office and project jury comprised: Thorbjörn Andersson, Kristine Jensen, Sylvia Karres, Jacqueline Osty, Ken Smith. In garden category, jury members were: Gary Hilderbrand, Ana Kučan, Teresa Moller, Marc Pouzol and Karin Standler.
You can see the results here.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards.
Fifteen projects were acknowledged over 12 categories, at an event where 165 of the industry’s professionals gathered to celebrate landscapes of all sizes across the state.
AILA NSW President Mark Tyrrell said that the awards are a timely reminder of how landscape architects have been at the core of making cities more liveable, green and healthy.
“The entries show how
Author: Gayle Souter Brown, member of IFLA Advisory Circle
Last month I was invited to present at the Global Challenges Summit. Other presenters included Ban Ki-Moon, Francois Hollande, Steve Wozniak, Presidents and Prime Ministers, economists, scientists, futurists, Nobel laureates and business leaders. Topics for discussion ranged from averting World War Three to food security, from women’s representation to colonising space. Urban health was discussed in a panel format, presented by a proper
Nearly a year since their successful Symposium held in Rabat in July last year hosted by AAPM, Carey Duncan President of IFLA Africa shares some of the highlights of the 2 days.
Carey also announced that the 6th IFLA Africa Symposium will be hosted by TALAE (Tunisia) in October 2019.
Lovely feature on the IFLA Africa region in July’s Pro Landscaper magazine – you can read it online here.
IFLA Africa News – June edition is out, you can download it here.
Professor Dipl.-Ing. Hans H. Kienle
Landscape Architect, Architect (1940-2018)
On 5 June 2018, the message I sent Hans asking how he was doing was answered by his wife Ally, “Jala, Hans left just now”. Hans was not well, in and out of hospital for months. Still, his passing away was very sad. Hans was a dear friend, a mentor, an exceptionally talented designed and wonderful human being. The sense of loss prompted me to share with my colleagues at IFLA personal reflections and recollections of hi
Assessing relevant knowledge related to types and characteristics of urban green and blue spaces having a significant impact on human health and well-being
Author: Maria Beatrice Andreucci, member of IFLA Advisory Circle
According to CSLA President Nastaran Moradinejad, “This manual will provide basic i
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 ever
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LALI is very honored to support this global convocation to the Vera W. de Spinadel Award 2018, which invites undergraduate and graduate students to present their creative proposals applying the proportions of the Metallic Means Family.
This initiative aims to start finding answers to this pending subject of Design in its broadest sense.
An international jury will select the best work and the person who created it will be awarded an internship at the prestigious Zaha Hadid Architects studio in L
IFLA Africa News – Issue 03 is out. You can read it here.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) has launched a new category of membership as it looks to establish the next phase of growth.
The new structure has been established to cater for a group of people that AILA does not currently have an offering for.
The announcement comes following the completion of the National Membership Committee’s review on categories, which included member consultation in January and February 2018. The second element of the review will focus on the reg
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the launch of the inaugural WE-EF LIGHTING Landscape Architecture After Dark national competition.
The competition is designed to recognise and celebrate the very best of Australian landscape lighting and calls for entries from AILA registered landscape architects, applicants and graduates. Finalists will be selected by a People’s Choice voting system, followed by an official regional and national winner selection by expert ju
Prof. Sun Xiaoxiang. A tribute from Martha Fajardo IFLA Former President and Honorary member
“Life is a dream walking, death is a going home.” Chinese Prover
We are saddened to hear about the untimely passing of Prof. Sun Xiaoxiang.
Death can never take a good man away, for, in the hearts of the people he inspired, the legacy remains and continuous throughout generations. He was a great teacher and inspiration to many and may his soul find eternal rest.
I have de honor to know him from several
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Smart Cities Council Australia and New Zealand (SCCANZ) and Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has today released the Future Street position statement and video summary calling on government at all levels to embrace our streets as important public spaces using the principles of the installation that was part of the 2017 International Festival of Landscape Architecture.
Future Street was a public activation, demonstrating the des
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the official launch of the website for the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: ‘The Expanding Field’, being held on the Gold Coast 11-14 October.
With the website being live from today, interested attendees will be able to purchase tickets, view speaker information and key note topics, access the conference schedule, fringe event information – and more. Early bird tickets are now available until 30 June 2018