Jinshui River Project | Zhengzhou, China | FORREC

September 27, 2019,AEDT

Water Theatre That Engages Culture, Refines Nature and Connects Community The importance of the Jinshui River extends back to the city’s origins. Modern development has turned this important river and flood control system into a disposal site for industrial waste. | Read More

Grote Markt | Vilvoorde, Belgium | OMGEVING

July 24, 2019,AEDT

Grote Markt VilvoordeBringing the parking spaces on the Grote Markt in Vilvoorde underground created an opportunity to think about a new role and identity for the heart of the city. This now vacant space, surrounded by the town hall, the | Read More

Collective Climate Action

March 14, 2019,AEDT

Climate change is all about the relationship between humans and the earth’s complex systems.  As a profession that works at the interface of built and natural environments, landscape architects around the world are dealing with the impacts of climate change, | Read More

How to solve the shortage of landscape architects?

September 12, 2018,AEDT

During the financial crisis, I raised the possibility of a shortage of landscape architects and now a decade later there is anecdotal evidence that there is now a shortage of landscape architects in the UK, Australia and other countries. We | Read More

Challenges in taking the lead

July 2, 2018,AEDT

As a followup to my last post on Landscape Architects taking the lead it seemed appropriate to look at the challenges that landscape architects face as they start taking more of a role in managing teams and clients. As landscape | Read More

Nadia Amoroso | University of Guelph

January 18, 2018,AEDT

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

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