2017 in Review – November

December 30, 2017,AEST

In November, WLA celebrated 10 years in the 33rd edition of WLA Magazine and posted some interesting projects and a guest post Landscape Architects Leading the Charge for Climate Action by Pamela Conrad SOHO BUND | Shanghai China | Integrated | Read More

2017 in Review – October

December 29, 2017,AEST

October saw Damian – Editor of WLA go to the World Design Summit and present as part of the IFLA Advisory Circle provides hope for the future Telegraph Hill Residence | San Francisco, USA | Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture Vestre | Read More

2017 in Review – September

December 28, 2017,AEST

September saw WLA publish some interesting work including: Hortus-Urbanism: A Horticultural Approach to Informal Districts in China | MAPS Buitenschot Park | Haarlemmermeer, The Netherlands | H+N+S Landscape Architects Owensboro Health System Campus | Owensboro, Kentucky
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2017 in Review – August

December 27, 2017,AEST

In August, WLA gave some landscape practice advice on the Stages of Landscape Architecture projects along with these most viewed projects PRACTICE | Stages of a Landscape Architecture design project Five Fields Play Structure – a landscape for childish exploration | Read More

2017 in Review – July

December 25, 2017,AEST

July saw the International Garden Festival exhibits revealed and more 2017 International Garden Festival exhibits revealed Kayak Club | Caen, France | Inessa Hansch & Michel Desvigne Lamer Island Battery | Dunbar, Scotland | rankinfraser landscape architecture  

2017 in Review – May

December 23, 2017,AEST

May saw the launch of the Global Street Design guide and most viewed posts included MVRDV completes Seoullo – Seoul’s Skygarden Snøhetta`s redesign doubles the amount of public space at Times Square The Figure-Ground of Cities by Nadia Amoroso

The fight for public space at Federation Square

December 22, 2017,AEST

Recently the Victorian Government announced that the Yarra Building in Federation Square which currently accommodates the Koorie Heritage Trust is set to be demolished to make way for an Apple Global Flagship Store. The public backlash from the community was | Read More

2017 in Review | February

December 20, 2017,AEST

Most view projects in February included: The David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens | Janet Rosenberg & Studio Inc. Qingdao World Financial Centre | ASPECT Studios Monash University Caulfield Campus Green | TCL

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