NZILA Streetscape Speaker Webinar: Kate Orff & Tama Whiting
NZILA, in collaboration with Streetscape, is pleased to host a webinar with Kate Orff and Tama Whiting from SCAPE Landscape …
The Night Sky - What have we lost?
Just over a year ago LAA featured William Chrisp. He’d just been awarded the 2020 NZILA Vectorworks Student Scholarship and …
Reforming the RMA - why landscape architects should care
The NZILA is welcoming the much anticipated governmental release of the draft of the laws which will replace the Resource …
Attention all Graduate members
Are you wanting to become a Registered Member in 2022?
Here's three of the top reasons why you should: 1. GET RECOGNISED:Being a Registered Landscape Architect signifies your level of …
IFLA Asia Pacific Region Newsletter
Featured in this edition: Matthew Pryor from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) talks about the pedagogy and mission of …
NZILA President, Henry Crothers
Welcome to my first formal update as NZILA President. I’ll be aiming to keep you closely informed of key developments …
Seeking contributions for X-section Journal 2021
Call for submissions/ abstracts.
X-Section is a student-led magazine published annually. Each year a small group of dedicated students explore a theme that links …
Missing link opens for cyclists and pedestrians
Auckland’s Southern Path has been a long, slow burn for the landscape architects involved. The process started with Shannon Bray …
From Copenhagen to Wanaka: Gerard O'Connell
Gerard O’Connell’s love affair with Denmark started as a child with LEGO. He considered the building blocks the “best toy …
Award shortlist for Parliamentary Play Space
The shortlist for the Landezine International Landscape Awards (LILA) has been announced with the Parliamentary Play Space in the capital …
2021 NZILA Firth Conference: Green MP Eugenie Sage
Green MP Eugenie Sage says landscape architects are “integrators” with a unique ability to interpret multiple sources of information and …
LAA Profile: Richard Tyler
Richard Tyler is a details man, not afraid to spend a few hours on the finer points of a design …
Highlighting Māori thinking
A recent book by the Landscape Foundation brings Māori perspectives on landscape to the fore.
With Kia Whakanuia te Whenua: People, Place, Landscape, New Zealand’s Landscape Foundation has produced a deeply rigorous and challenging book …