Professor James Hayter
The head of the International Federation of Landscape Architects is heading our way. Australian James Hayter, who was elected to the role of president of IFLA in July, will be here next week delivering a series of lectures.
Professor Hayter is the Founding Director of Oxigen, a landscape architecture practice in Australia. A graduate of Adelaide, Sheffield and Harvard universities, he currently serves as Professor in Landscape Architecture at the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Adelaide.
IFLA represents 76 national member associations of landscape architecture worldwide, including the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA). He is a Past President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA).
Landscape Architecture Aotearoa caught up with Professor Hayter ahead of his arrival in New Zealand.
For information on the Auckland lecture click here
For information on the Wellington lecture click here
For information on the Christchurch lecture click here
NZILA CPD points apply 0.5pts/hr