Situate Sculpture Project – Shortlist for international sculpture project announced


The jury of the situate competition – an international sculpture competition offering $1million for an artwork to transform Perth’s Forrest Place- have narrowed down 202 entries received from 33 countries to five shortlisted entrants.

The following entries have been selected as finalists:

Jean-Bernard Métais, Artist
Courdemanche, France

Dimmity Walker, Architect; Michael Patroni, Architect; David Walker, Artist
Perth, Australia

Fran Dibble, Artists; Paul Dibble, Artists; John Hardwick-Smith, Architect
Palmerston North, New Zealand

James Angus, Artist; Doug Knox, Consulting Engineer; Peter Mclean, Lighting Design
Sydney, Australia

Richard Giblett, Artist; Matthew Herbert, Architect; Jan Vastesaeger, Architect
Melbourne, Australia

SOURCE: Situate Sculpture Project – Shortlist for international sculpture project announced

AECOM Joint Venture Wins US$82-Million Design Contract for Hong Kong High-Speed Rail Terminus

Businesswire

AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM), a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that a joint venture of which it is a part has been awarded a design-services contract worth US$82 million for the Mass Transit Railway Corporation Limited’s Hong Kong High-Speed Rail Terminus project, which will connect to the high-speed rail network in Mainland China.

SOURCE: Businesswire.com – AECOM Joint Venture Wins US$82-Million Design Contract for Hong Kong High-Speed Rail Terminus

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Libeskind wins $20 billion Seoul masterplan project – Building Design

Building Design reports

“Studio Daniel Libeskind has beaten Foster & Partners, Asympote and Skidmore Owings & Merrill to win an international competition to design a $20 billion masterplan for a new district in Seoul, South Korea.”

SOURCE: Building Design – Libeskind wins $20 billion Seoul masterplan project

Gallery of Australian Design opens in Canberra

A new gallery showcasing Australian Design has been opened in Canberra known as the Gallery of Australian Design. The Gallery is a partnership between National Museum of Australia, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Australian Institute of Architects,  and the University of Canberra.

National President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, Mr Neil Hobbs, is delighted at the opportunity to be able to present the best of Australian design. “Having such a facility in the centre of Canberra will showcase the best of Australia’s designers to the public.  It will also allow enhanced collaboration between design disciplines.”

SOURCE: AILA

Congratulations to new members of the Philippine Association of Landscape Architects

PRC Board Exam Results reports

“The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 11 out of 22 passed the Landscape Architect Licensure Examination given by the Board of Landscape Architecture in Manila this March 2009.

Registration for membership with the Philippine Association of Landscape Architects, Inc. (PALA) will start on Wednesday, March 25, 2009.

Following is the list of Successful Applicants:

AGUNDAY, RICHARD PIA
APALIS, CHARISSE SINAY
BASMAN, ANNA TALIA SUMANDE
BUENAVENTURA, BERNARD CALICA
CABALLERO, GABRIEL VICTOR AVES
GONZALES, ROMULO JR ANCUELO
LICERIO, LOU VINCENT CACAPIT
NADAL, CATHE DESIREE SUAN
PACTAO, NIÑO JESS TAGUM
REYES, GEORGINA EMILY VELASCO
REYES, KRISTOFFERSON PRADO”

SOURCE: Landscape Architects Board Exam Results for March 2009 » PRC Board Exam Results

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