PARK+ | Auckland, New Zealand | LandLAB

May 3, 2017,AEDT

LandLAB’s vision is to sensitively and adaptively re-use 254 Ponsonby Road’s existing structures and features to create a unique, hybrid open space and destination that captures the urbanity, spiritand sense of place of Ponsonby.     PARK+ weaves together the street (urban) and park (green) to re-program the site through the fluid | Read More

Call for Abstracts | IFLA World Congress 2013

August 11, 2012,AEDT

The call for abstracts has gone out for the IFLA World Congress 2013 to be held in Auckland on 10 – 12 April 2013. The congress theme for this 50th IFLA World Congress will be Shared wisdom in an age of change – The theme  will focus on knowledge sharing around the increasingly | Read More

WLA #05 Landscape Architecture Quarterly Magazine

June 27, 2012,AEDT

WLA #05  is the latest edition of  our quarterly landscape architecture magazine includes built and unbuilt landscapes from around the world. It is great to see a wide range of projects from USA, New Zealand, Canada, UK, Italy and Guatemala. The contributing firms include Labics, Sasaki, SWA Group, MKSK,  Taylor Cullity | Read More

NZILA Resene Pride of Place Landscape Awards 2010 announced

April 19, 2010,AEDT

New Zealand’s prestigious Landscape Architecture Awards ceremony was held on Friday 16th April in Wellington. ‘NZILA Resene Pride of Place Landscape Architecture Awards 2010′ provided a record 127 entrants with tougher competition than ever before. Award-winners, who are chosen by the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects’ judges just once | Read More

Auckland’s First Shared Space Street

November 17, 2009,AEDT

Voxy.co.nz reports The final concept design for the upgrade of Elliott Street in Auckland’s CBD has been approved by two Auckland City Council committees, for what will become Auckland’s first shared space street. Shared space is at the forefront of international urban design and aims to combine rather than separate | Read More

No winner for Queens Wharf competition

November 6, 2009,AEDT

Recently WLA reported on the announcement of the finalists for the Queens Wharf design competition. We have just found out  that the competition has been halted and no winner will be awarded as the competition organisers (various government authorities) were not impressed with the stage 2 entries submitted. Comments left | Read More

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