Furniture project wins LandLAB Excellence Award
LandLAB’s Viaduct Harbour seating prototypes project was initiated to find furniture which would add to the character and functionality of ...
Designing for equality
The biggest challenge facing landscape architects, designers and planners in the 21st century is how to integrate community voice and ...
Weaving together coastal processes with indigenous narrative
Award of Excellence
The redevelopment of a waterfront site on Marine Parade in Napier has given new life to the area by connecting ...
Change is coming
If anyone in the audience for Dr Kristina Hill’s NZILA Firth conference presentation was house hunting they’d be heading for ...
Te Papa Ōtākaro Avon River Park - a double winner
This year turned out to be a double winner for the teams behind Te Papa Ōtākaro Avon River Park (ARP) ...
Barry Curtis Park Plaza provides community focal point
Barry Curtis Park Plaza by Isthmus has been named winner of the Institutional category of the Resene New Zealand Institute ...
Congratulations to the new Registered Members
This year was the biggest ever in terms of Registration, with 37 candidates interviewed; nearly 3 times the number that ...
Why Tuia Pito Ora?
When the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects was looking for a Te Reo Māori name it knew it didn’t ...
The Garden at the Hills
A naturalistic garden conceptualised a decade ago for Sir Michael and Christine, Lady Hill near Arrowtown has won the Residential ...
Prince of Wales delivers powerful keynote address
Lincoln University was privileged to welcome His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales to campus, where he gave a powerful ...
“Sophisticated” Volcanic Highway adds to the landscape
Boffa Miskell’s Waterview connection project was a worthy winner in the Infrastructure Category in this year’s Resene New Zealand Institute ...
Restoring civic pride in Lower Hutt
Isthmus and Hutt City Council have pulled off a vision for a vibrant urban park which has seen them win ...
Grey Street Pocket Square
Wellington City Council
Just finished 'Grey Street Pocket Square'. This dark, damp and smoky area has been transformed into a light and airy ...