Profile | Cheryl Barton

July 30, 2018,AEST

Recently we had the opportunity to talk with Cheryl Barton, Founder and Director of the Office of Cheryl Barton in San Francisco, USA. Cheryl leads the firm in the planning and design of revitalization strategies for urban and ecological systems – | Read More

Victoria Square – small town making a `big’ statement

July 16, 2018,AEST

Victoria Square, Kerang is a landmark project for the regional shire of Gannawarra in northern Victoria, Australia. Previously dominated by vehicle movement and car parking, Hansen Partnership’s subtle urban renewal approach to this streetscape project successfully transforms the regional township’s | Read More

Call for Nominations | 2019 WLA Awards Jury

July 10, 2018,AEST

The WLA Awards seeks to honour landscape architects around with world for their outstanding work and promote the profession across the world. We call for nominations for jurors to participate in the jury for the 2019 WLA Awards. The Awards endeavour to | Read More

Should landscape architects have minimum fees?

July 5, 2018,AEST

There has been some recent discussion about architects and landscape architects salaries and fees after headlines in the UK reported that architects are paid less than building tradespeople (between £4000-10000 less per annum). The debate amongst architects has raged about minimum | Read More

Challenges in taking the lead

July 2, 2018,AEST

As a followup to my last post on Landscape Architects taking the lead it seemed appropriate to look at the challenges that landscape architects face as they start taking more of a role in managing teams and clients. As landscape | Read More

Landscape architects taking the lead

June 27, 2018,AEST

Over the past decade, we have seen landscape architects moving out of shadows and increasingly leading projects from residential developments, placemaking, urban design and climate change initiatives including Resilient by Design projects or reimagining a city precinct or leading a | Read More

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