Landscape & Urban
Urban Canopee offers innovative solutions to help combat the effects of global warming in the urban environment with their lightweight green canopies.
How wide is your footpath? The City of Hobart is certainly on the front foot as they look to revitalise dead spots within the city.
The Melbourne Museum is used to digs, but usually it’s fossils not facilities pipes that they seek.
There’s a lot to like about green gardens in the sky. As well as the beauty of a verdant space in the built environment, green roofs have triple bottom line benefits, including reducing urban heat island effects, lowering urban air temperatures, and helping to improve Co2 emissions. Right now, we’re trending towards green roofs that are accessible and usable for all to enjoy, so how about ten of the best to admire?
The AILA have announced the program for the 2017 International Festival of Landscape Architecture from the 12 – 15 October Sydney, Australia.
Community starts from a very young age and the building in this month’s episode of Community Designs has the smaller members of the community at the heart of their modern and inclusive design. In this episode, Monique drops by Newport Gardens Early Years Centre to speak to Kate Reed, Sue Zacharis, and Leonie Hede about the importance of this establishment to local families.
See how Bayside’s sporting pavilions and community facilities are getting a female make-over in this episode of Community Designs.
Can planners and developers work together? While it can often been a tense relationship, this episode of Community Designs explores the community benefits when developers take a risk and work together with planning officials with dramatic and often undervalued community results. Join our host Kirsty Snowden as she visits the City of Whittlesea ‘s vibrant, […]
In this episode host Monique Woodward visits Braybrook Community Hub to chat to Architect Jim Chrisp, Youth Leader – Soraya Barr, Tutor – Muna Osman & CEO of Maribyrnong City Council – Stephen Wall about creating an open and outward looking space for all members of the community to enjoy. The final construction offers a […]
A collaboration between the Smart Cities Council of Australia New Zealand and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has produced STREETS 2.0, an event taking place at the Museum of Sydney on Tuesday 6th December 2016.