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    2016 Queensland Landscape Architecture Awards winners announced

    Nicholas Rider

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    The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of the 2016 Queensland Architecture Awards.

    AILA granted 14 awards across 11 categories including civic landscape, parks and open space, infrastructure, conservation, tourism, urban design, communities and gardens, acknowledging the best projects in design, planning and delivery of parks, and green and urban spaces across the state.

    The increasing challenge of climate change was apparent in this year’s winning projects, demonstrating a shift towards climate-conscious design as a core value necessity.

    “The result of a dynamic engagement and collaboration with clients, communities and cultures, and between the public and private sectors, this year’s submissions illustrate the critical role of landscape planning a design as catalysts for expressing community identity, sense of place, and for energising local economies,” the jury said.

    Projects that received an Award of Excellence or a Landscape Architecture Award at the state level will advance to the national awards later this year. One project will be awarded the best landscape architecture project in Australia.

    CIVIC LANDSCAPE

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Brisbane Ferry Terminals Project by Lat27
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    Image: Lat27 

    AWARD

    • Chinatown Gold Coast by City Place Making - City of Gold Coast 

    PARKS AND OPEN SPACE

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Riverside Green Playground by RPS Australia Asia Pacific and Urban Play
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    Photography by Matthew Durning 

    AWARD

    • Orion Lagoon by Vee Design

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade Project - Reference Urban Design Framework by Fred St
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    Image: Fred St

    LAND CONSERVATION

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Bill Benham Park by Projects Office, Brisbane City Council
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    Photography by Gavin Hardy 

    AWARD

    • Palmview Forest Stages 1 to 5 by Greenedge Design Consultants

    TOURISM

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Yeppoon Water Play by Vee Design
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    Photography by Scott Burrows 

    AWARD

    • Cairns Foreshore Development by RPS Australia Asia Pacific

    URBAN DESIGN

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Albert Street Vision by Hassell and Urban Renewal Brisbane, Brisbane City Council
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    Image: Hassell 

    AWARD

    • Place Making Mooloolaba Master Plan by Aecom Australia

    COMMUNITIES

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    The Green Space Strategy by John Mongard, Gavin Hardy, Alvin Kirby and Michelle Kirby-Brown
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    Image: John Mongard 

    AWARD

    • Place Making Mooloolaba by Sunshine Coast Council and Aecom

    GARDENS

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Mount Alvernia College, Kedron by Lat27
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    Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones

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