NZILA carbon emissions donation buys native trees
Chair Julia Rambacher says it was delighted to receive the NZILA donation, which has been used to buy 325 Pokaka, Hebe, Kowhai, Toe Toe and Cabbage trees.
A donation by the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects to the Styx-Purakaunui Living Laboratory Trust is being used to …
Christchurch Coast Pathway - a lesson in tenacity
The Christchurch Coastal Pathway Group has been pushing for a shared cycle/pedestrian route connecting Christchurch’s south-eastern suburbs since 2012.
Christchurch’s Coastal Pathway (Te Ara Ihutai), is inching closer to completion with work just finished on an 800m section of …
Na Te Tau-a-Nuku-a-Nuku
Ko Amelia Blundell (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu, Ngāti Pākehā) i tuhi
What happens if we can't mow the lawns? The grass can grow. Some preliminary findings and conclusions from my Master’s …
Lincoln Prizewinners for the 2019 Year
Due to Covid-19 lockdown the Lincoln University Graduation has been postponed. The Institue would like to acknowledge the following recipients …
What's in it for the landscape architecture profession?
The government has decided to invest in green infrastructure and the conservation estate in order to save and then protect …
Propose your plan for Lentoasemanpuisto!
The purpose of the competition is to find innovative, inspiring, and practically, technically and financially feasible suggestions for the design of Lentoasemanpuisto.
The City of Helsinki welcomes everybody to participate in the open, international ideas competition regarding plans for Lentoasemanpuisto in the …
Parliament's play space
By Studio Pacific Architecture
“Children learn through play, but adults play through art…we don’t stop playing.” – Brian Eno The Parliamentary Play Space is …
Fast tracking of 'shovel ready' projects good for LAs and the economy
‘shovel ready’ projects is good news for the landscape architecture profession
The NZILA Tuia Pito Ora head says the fast track consenting of some ‘shovel ready’ projects is good news for …
Landscape Architecture Criticism
Dr Jacky Bowring, Professor of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University, has written the world’s first book on the critique of landscape architecture.
Due to be published by Routledge in the next few weeks the work, aptly named Landscape Architecture Criticism, delves into …
Webinars, online and on demand
Below is a collection of webinars from a variety of sources. Some are On Demand and others are Online at …
NOHONGA (Seat) Design Challenge
The deadline for submissions is Friday 15 May
Brick Bay and the Auckland Branch of the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Tuia Pito Ora are joining forces …
April 2020 Presidents Update
Tēnā koutou ki te whanau, Nga mihi o te ra. Last time I provided my monthly Presidents’ update I had …
LAA Profile: Dennis Scott
“I went to Auckland University to essentially become a planner but I soon found out that planners didn’t really design towns and open spaces.”
Few landscape architects have been in the job as long as Dennis Scott. The founder of DJ Scott and Associates …