The battle for Okura
Brad Coombs comments on the ongoing legal battles
The New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects president, Brad Coombs, says the ongoing legal battles around housing developments in Okura, ...
The Carbon Landscape Roadshow
Presented by Craig Pocock
Craig Pocock is back in New Zealand for two months and going to be talking at a number of centres ...
The importance of water play
“There’s a growing awareness around the importance of unstructured play for children,”
Landscape architect Sarah Collins has done a lot of work in the area of children’s play in both early childhood ...
Creative adaption in cities - battling climate change in a quake zone
Kristina Hill, University of California, Berkeley
Leading United States landscape architect Kristina Hill has visited Christchurch and shared her views on the opportunity the city has ...
Proposed redevelopment of Three Kings Quarry
Richard Reid has published an article on Fletcher Residential’s proposed redevelopment of Three Kings Quarry. The article provides an overview ...
Designing the future of our biggest city
Auckland Urban Design Panel
Since 2003, significant developments in Auckland have been run past the Auckland Urban Design Panel as part of a concerted ...
Streetscape's 2 x 2 Central North Island Branch Event
Fast, Fun and Friendly 2 x 2 Event
Sharing ideas and projects is a quick fire method proved to be a success at the Central North Island Branches ...
Blurring the lines
LAA speaks to Isthmus CEO Ralph Johns
Integrated design studio Isthmus recently won three awards in the New Zealand Institute of Architects Auckland awards. Those projects now ...
THIS IS NOT A DRILL - Project Video for LASC 393: Practicum
The third year of the BLA programme at Lincoln includes a practicum course, where students examine a range of issues ...
LandLAB's Henry Crothers
We continue our series of profile videos by showcasing a man who's name has become synonymous with urban renewal in ...
A new future for Hobart's "Female Factory"
Penal colony for female convicts
The site of the Cascades Female Factory in Hobart, where women prisoners were incarcerated in the 19th century, is going ...
How Much is Enough
A conference musing from Te Tau-a-Nuku
As part of the 2018 Tuia Pito Ora (NZILA) conference, three Te Tau-a-Nuku members contributed to the Culture + Community ...
Update from Brad Coombs
Kia ora e te whanau, In the last month we have been working hard to get logistics organised for the ...