Sydney`s George Street reopens for Christmas

December 15, 2017,AEST

    Sydneysiders have had an early Christmas present this year – their first taste of what the all-new George Street will look like when the CBD and South East Light Rail is complete. Two city blocks along George Street have been re-opened to the | Read More

Support WLA in 2018

December 14, 2017,AEST

World Landscape Architecture has been publishing projects, news, competition and jobs for over 10 years. We provide a great resource for our readers and we hope that you can support us through becoming a WLA Supporter, Partner or Sponsor. When | Read More

POLA wins Lindenhofplatz Mannheim competition

December 14, 2017,AEST

The Lindenhofplatz in Mannheim completes the essential building block in the Lindenhof district in the southwest of the city. Since 2001, this new neighborhood has been under construction with office buildings, residential buildings, and the new technical city hall. As | Read More

Dovers Commonwealth War Memorial

December 12, 2017,AEST

With years of austerity and the nibbling away at the professions territory, the UK can sometimes seem a hard place to find worthwhile projects to undertake as a landscape architect. One UK practice, craft:pegg, has scored a significant success by | Read More

Flatiron Reflection by Future Expansion unveiled

December 9, 2017,AEST

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) and Van Alen Institute has installed Flatiron Reflection, winner of the fourth-annual Flatiron Plaza Holiday Design Competition in partnership with New York City DOT Art. The reveal on November 20th kicked off | Read More

Meet the 2018 WLA Awards Jury

December 6, 2017,AEST

WLA is very proud to have five experienced landscape architects join the jury for the 2018 WLA Awards. There expertise and knowledge will be utilised the entries in the various categories. Jurors were selected from a diverse range of backgrounds and | Read More

Student Project | THE POLYGON | Andrey Chernykh

December 2, 2017,AEST

Landscapes affected by nuclear weapons testing are forever present in our collective imagination due to long-term radioactive contamination and fear associated with stigma. Typically, science and technology have driven the remediation of such sites, with often little to no attention | Read More

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