2014 AILA National Awards announced

National Arboretum Canberra Masterplan | Image Credit - JohnGollings

National Arboretum Canberra Masterplan
| Image Credit – John Gollings

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National Awards has announced the 2014 National Awards with with Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) winning the Australian Medal for Landscape Architecture. The AILA National Awards recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements and contributions in design, planning, urban design, land management, research and communication and residential landscape architecture.

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AILA launches the program for Australia’s first Landscape Architecture Festival

Forecast Festival 2014 – Program Launch from Blueroom Productions on Vimeo.

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has launched the program for Australia’s first Landscape Architecture Festival. The theme for the inaugral event is Forecast – designed to inspire and engage by re-imagining the way we meet and celebrate the [landscape] profession, share our stories and learn through discourse and debate.

The festival to be held in Brisbane from 16th to 18th of October to explore, define and forecast Landscape Architecture from differing perspectives. The Festival program includes exhibition, walks, self-guided walks, a research forum and conference.

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AILA: East-West Link will have severe ecological, cultural and heritage impacts

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Analysis of Proposed East West Link Landscape Impacts
ROYAL PARK | IMAGE CREDIT AILA

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects(AILA) has voiced its opposition to a new freeway link in the City of Melbourne that will cause the loss of 6% of one of Melbourne’s largest parks and have “severe ecological, cultural and heritage impacts Royal Park and Moonee Ponds Creek.”. The East West Link is a tunnel that joins two major freeways across the north of the city, however unlike the BIG DIG in Boston and the Madrid Rio, the East-West Link will widen existing surface roads to allow for above ground access ramps into the tunnel.

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LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) | HASSELL

LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) | HASSELL
LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) is a design decision-making framework developed by HASSELL to generate sustainable design solutions that lessen emissions, use of resources and social disparity.
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2012 AILA National Awards in Landscape Architecture announced

Jack Evans Boat Harbour | ASPECT Studios | Winner – AILA National Landscape Architecture Award – Design

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects have announced the National Award winners for 2012. A wide diverse range of projects from across Australia have been received awards in the categories of  Design, Planning, Residential Designed Landscapes, Land Management, Urban Design, Research and Communication and Leadership.

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