Service Procurement – finding the right people

October 4, 2018,AEST

As a landscape architect, we often look to procure services from other professionals including architects, engineers, horticulturalists, ecologists, irrigation designers, lighting designers, landscape contractors and many others. How we obtain these services is often based on past experience and word | Read More

Student Project | Dryfo (Dry Forest) Urbanism | Ishaan Kumar

June 11, 2018,AEST

Dryfo Urbanism transforms the sprawling patchwork of informal settlement in Cartagena, Colombia for an organized system where the landscape is the protagonist. Instead of imposing the modernist visions of individuals or isolated social housing projects over the expansion zone of | Read More

LA+ ICONOCLAST design ideas competition launched

June 1, 2018,AEST

LA+ Journal invites submissions from landscape architects, architects, planners, artists, and designers for the LA+ ICONOCLAST design ideas competition. The competition challenges creative thinkers to reimagine Central Park in the wake of a hypothetical eco-terrorist attack carried out to protest | Read More

Book Review | Representing Landscapes: Hybrid

May 29, 2018,AEST

Representing Landscapes: Hybrid edited by Nadia Amoroso looks at various methodoligies and projects that utilise a Hybrid and mixed media approach to create diagrams, plans, and illustrations (renders/perspectives). From photoshop with plans to hand drawings overlaid on photos and other | Read More

West 8 wins Bernie Spain Gardens Design Competition

May 15, 2018,AEST

 West 8’s ‘pollinator garden’ is the winner of the design competition to upgrade the northern section of Bernie Spain Gardens on London’s South Bank, announced on 10 May 2018. The announcement is a major step forward in the transformation of | Read More

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