Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards (MLAA) 11 – Calling for submissions
This year, Institute Landscape Architecture Malaysia (ILAM) celebrates 11 years of landscape architecture industry excellence by rewarding outstanding landscape architecture consultancy firms, developers, researchers, students, contractors, suppliers, government agencies, foundations, trusts, NGOs, media and individuals in Malaysia and abroad.
These awards honour the best in landscape architecture from various aspects of
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 p
LE:NOTRE Institute have published a Call for hosting LE: NOTRE Landscape Forum in 2020 and 2021.
The LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum is a discourse-oriented and interdisciplinary event of four days duration. The forum focusses around local landscape challenges identified by the host institution. In accordance with the European Landscape Convention this includes outstanding as well as everyday or degraded landscapes in urban, peri-urban and rural environments. Previous fora were held in Antalya (2012),
IFLA Europe has successfully organised its first exhibition led by Urszula Forczek-Brataniec, our Secretary General. The Exhibition covered works from all over Europe and represents a database of the good landscape and architectural space that we wish to recommend. The exhibition contained 61 projects from 24 countries associated in IFLA Europe.
For more information about the project, please visit IFLA Europe:
The IFLA Advisory Circle is integrated by a group that provides expert insight and thought leadership on national, regional and international developments which directly or indirectly concern landscape architecture. The Circle also monitors and co-ordinates the dissemination of key position statements and advice from our members, friends and partners to landscape architects around the world.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Tuia Pito Ora (NZILA) have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU
Both parties signed the MoU during the 2018 Festival of Landscape Architecture on the Gold Coast last month in order to work collaboratively and engage in an opportunity that will benefit and have the best possible outcome for both parties in their goals to service the profession of landscape architect
THE CSLA have announced that projects in nine communities have received National Urban Design Awards.
The NUDAs are a partnership of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, the Canadian Institute of Planners and Architecture Canada. The program recognizes individuals, organizations, firms and projects that have improved quality of life and sustainability in Canadian cities.
Awards are given for achievement in areas such as excellence in urban development or redevelopment projects, architec
Immediate Past President of IFLA, Kathryn Moore has been working on an ambitiousproposal for a National Park in the West Midlands Region of the UK. It was recently featured in the national press and on the BBC’s Inside Out programme.
Find out more about the plans, here or by contacting CATID
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has today announced the appointment of Shaun Walsh as President through until the 2020 AGM following recent Director elections and confirmation of Office Bearer positions by the incoming Board.
The announcement was made in front of a packed Home of the Arts theatre as part of the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture on the Gold Coast.
Mr Walsh expressed his gratitude to the membership for re-electing him as a Director and t
The awards recognised 38 winners over 14 categories, celebrating leading projects of all sizes across Australia’s regional and metropolitan areas.
The annual awards program acknowledges how landscape architects are helping to shape cities and towns to tackle the major issues facing people from all walks of life, including an ageing population, climbing obesity an
Global Warming of 1.5 °C by the Integovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the International Federation of Landscape Architect’s (IFLA) Working Group on Climate Change has issued the following statement:
The IPCC Special Report warns that unless significant reductions in emissions are attained before 2030, increases in the mean global temperature will surpass 1.5°C. As we are already experiencing the consequences on natural and human systems as a result of a 1°C temperature increase rapid
The first academic education program in landscape architecture in Europe began at the then Agricultural University of Norway in 1919, today the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Ås, Norway. One hundred years onwards, the relatively new discipline of landscape architecture has an opportunity to embrace lessons from the past to project, imagine and envision better futures.
This will be the first ECLAS conference with an explicit focus on landscape education in general and l
IFLA Immediate Past President, Professor Kathryn Moore
The first EFLA meeting I attended was in Brussels in 2004. It was like walking into the lion’s den. There were fierce debates and arguments. But at a certain point I noticed that I was being circled by big, tall, long-haired Scandinavian. I had no idea who this rather intimidating person was. But in amongst the turmoil, he offered advice, was wise and protective and not at all threatening, but definitely