Sydney Design Guide

January 2, 2008,AEST

The Sydney Design Guide has just been launched which gives a great insight to all the things a local person would show you. It encompasses architecture, built environment, objects, industrial design, fashion, art, visual culture, eat/sleep/drink and a section on | Read More

AILA – Summer Newsletter

December 22, 2007,AEST

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects release Summer issue of LA Online. Download the pdf here

Get soul into the city, landscape chief urges

December 20, 2007,AEST

Perth’s vast potential is being strangled by over-reliance on cars and poor use of public space resulting in bland, soulless suburbs, according to Australian Institute of Landscape Architects new WA president Greg Grabasch. Mr Grabasch said Perth, with its abundance | Read More

Going green with a cycleway above the streets

December 17, 2007,AEST

LIKE the walkways built in the canopies above rainforests, North Sydney Council hopes to lift pedestrians and cyclists above the urban jungle, with an ambitious plan to build an elevated path running from the southern end of the Harbour Bridge | Read More

Recycled sewerage for Library landscape

December 15, 2007,AEST

Human waste from the new mega-library in Peppermint Grove will be recycled and used on a $1 million landscaped park around the building. It will be the first time the technology has been used in Australia. Harvested “brown water” will | Read More

Banksia Environmental Foundation – Call for Entries for 2008 Awards

December 12, 2007,AEST

The Banksia Category Awards reflect those issues most relevant to today’s Australian in the ecological sustainability arenas. Increasingly it is becoming more importandt for corporations, businesses, governments, communities and individuals, to be recognised for their environmental or sustainability credentials. Entries | Read More

Noosa vows to keep fighting merger

December 12, 2007,AEST

The Noosa community is determined to continue the fight against council amalgamation despite the odds. Figures released yesterday show an overwhelming 96 per cent of those in the shire, who took part in the recent voluntary merger ballot, voted against | Read More

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