Grote Markt | Vilvoorde, Belgium | OMGEVING

July 24, 2019,AEST

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,AEST

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,AEST

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,AEST

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,AEST

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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