Landscape Architecture trends for 2019

January 14, 2019,AEDT

For the past two years, I have written posts about future trends in landscape architecture for the coming year and feel that 2019 will provide us with some interesting landscape architecture trends. But first it is time to look back at | Read More

Most read projects of 2018

December 28, 2018,AEDT

Pomegranate Inspired Community Social Plaza by ASPECT StudiosThe overarching design reflects elements of the local community and culture, with the flower of the city – the Pomegranate – providing a strong source of inspiration to the design of the community | Read More

Most read articles on WLA in 2018

December 28, 2018,AEDT

WLA has published a great variety of articles including op-editorials during 2018 and these are the most read articles from this year. How can we better promote landscape architecture? In this op-editorial piece by WLA Editor Damian Holmes, he seeks | Read More

Books for your holiday reading list

December 28, 2018,AEDT

It is that time of year over the next six-eight weeks of festive holidays you are either settling inside in front of the fire getting out of the cold or sitting by the beach soaking up the sun so I | Read More

Book Review | Staging Urban Landscapes by B. Cannon Ivers

December 3, 2018,AEDT

Staging Urban Landscapes: The Activation and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces edited by B. Cannon Ivers explores the history of designing flexible spaces for activation and adaptability. The foreword by Charles Waldheim who reviews the history of activation and concentrating | Read More

WLA welcomes OMGEVING as a partner

November 28, 2018,AEDT

WLA is proud to welcome OMGEVING as a partner. Our partners enable WLA to continue to publish great landscape architecture projects from around the world. We happy that they have joined us as a partner and thank them for their | Read More

Experiences of attending the 2018 ASLA Meeting

November 13, 2018,AEDT

Leading up to the 2018 ASLA Meeting in Philadelphia was a hectic time prior to making the 30-hour door to door trip (Melbourne Australia to Philadelphia) to attend the meeting. Although called a meeting it could be considered a conference which | Read More

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