The 2019 WLA Awards attracted over 175 entrants with a diverse range of submissions from across the world. The jurors had a hard time judging the entries as design quality was very high and many entries were at
World Landscape Architecture is excited to announce the shortlist for the 2019 WLA Awards (in alphabetical order by project name)
Bud and Susie Rogers Garden – Akron, Ohio, USA – OLIN
Chulalongkorn University Centenary Park – Bangkok Thailand – Landprocess
Darling Harbour Public Realm – Sydney, Australia – HASSELL
Huangpu River Banks – Shanghai, P.R. China – Agence Ter
Jiangyin Greenway Loop | Urban Necklace – Jiangyin, P.R. China – BAU
Park of Boulogne Billancourt – Paris, France – Agence Ter
Stadium Park & Chevron Parkland – Perth, Australia – HASSELL
SUND Nature Park – Copenhagen Denmark – SLA
The Spheres – Seattle, Washington, USA – Site Workshop
Find out more about the Built – Large shortlisted entries
DBX Ranch – Aspen, Colorado, USA – Design Workshop
Godrej Platinum – Kolkata, India – One Landscape
Ink, Residential Cultural Display Pavilion – Xiamen, P.R. China – GVL (Gossamer)
Wasatch Back Residence – Utah, USA – Design Workshop
Face to Face/ Tête à Tête King Street Parklet – Toronto, Canada – PLANT Architect Inc.
Into the Forest – Mantova, Italy – Openfabric
Light Sculpture Plaza – Modi’in, Israel – Shlomo Aronson Architects
Pridham Hall – Adelaide, Australia – JPE Design Studio & Snøhetta
11th Street Bridge Park – Washington, DC – OLIN + OMA
HALO – Ebbsfleet, UK – Bradley Murphy Design
Island Moutere – New Zealand – LAND Lab
Pershing Square – Los Angeles, California, USA – Agence Ter
Resilient South City – South San Francisco, United States – HASSELL+
Sanlin Valley Park – Shanghai, P.R. China – TLS landscape architecture
Shenzhen Bay Avenue – Shenzhen, P.R. China – Morphis + WilkinsonEyre
Te Whau Pathway – Auckland, New Zealand – Jasmax + Monk MacKenzie + Stantec
Arlington National Cemetery – Amanda Ton – Harvard Graduate School of Design
Discover Krakow Remember Plaszow – Caitlin Dawson – University of Edinburgh
Martian Scape – Maheshika Ekanayake – University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
Ouzai Coastal Slums – Tara Kanj – American University of Beirut
The Drainage Filter for the Everglades – Meikang Li, Qiwei Song, Chaoyi Cui – University of Toronto
Three Stacks and a Rock-Inheriting Californian Coastal Powerplants – David Koo – University of California Berkeley
Urban Refill – Jinyi Yang & Qingyi Li – Wuhan Polytechnic University and Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Waters In Peril Collective Measures For A Dying Lake
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Founding Director of Stoss Landscape Urbanism, and both Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture.
The founder and one of the two partners of Mandaworks.
Michael is the Chair of Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Ecology at Sasaki.
An Iranian environmental and landscape designer with 14 years of experience who is the IFLA Middle East President.
A registered Landscape Architect. She is a faculty member in the Landscape Architecture Department at Harvard University.
Thank you to everyone who entered. We will be publishing the shortlisted entries over the coming days.
The winners (Award of Excellence and Merit Award) for each category will be announced on April 16, 2019.