Student Project | Climate Change Armor | Zixu Qiao

May 16, 2018,AEST

Climate Change Armor is a collection of adaptive flood attenuation mechanisms for protecting newly designed communities from flood events and the eventual impacts of sea level rise. League City, TX is used as an application site. NOAA predicts that sea levels | Read More

Bendigo’s Newest Botanic Garden opens

May 14, 2018,AEST

In a climate of uncertainty, gardens of the future have a critical role in testing and demonstrating new connections between communities and their environments. The Bendigo Garden for the Future, a collaboration between TCL, Paul Thompson and Peter Elliott Architecture | Read More

2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture website launched

May 7, 2018,AEST

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has launched the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture website, designed by Stuart Geddes in collaboration with 2018 Festival Creative Directors TCL Landscape Architects. The 2018 AILA International Festival of Landscape Architecture: The Expanding Field | Read More

How Product Procurement can make or break your project

March 15, 2018,AEST

As landscape architects, we design using numerous materials and elements to create a holistic design that relies on suppliers and contractors to provide and install the products in a timely manner to meet deadlines. Whether for large or small projects, | Read More

Fareground | Austin, Texas, USA | dwg

March 13, 2018,AEST

Fareground liberates a lost landscape in a bustling urban environment through the transformation of an underutilized office plaza. The project produced a new hub of urban life; fully embracing the downtown Austin community in an oasis to gather, socialize, relax, | Read More

Profile | Nadia Amoroso

January 18, 2018,AEST

WLA recently had the opportunity to speak with Nadia Amoroso. She is a faculty member at the University of Guelph, Department of Landscape, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development. She was the Lawrence Halprin Fellow at Cornell University and | Read More

dwg`s Night Garden creates a space for dreaming

December 11, 2017,AEST

Night gardens are spaces for dreaming. The design team at dwg. transformed a stretch of Austin’s urban creek into a dream about that creek’s potential. The garden was planted with an ephemeral, nine-day bloom of 80,000 fluorescent survey flags, which | Read More

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