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    2016 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards winners announced

    Nicholas Rider

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    The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2016 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards.

    Projects that received awards promoted quality of design and shaped Victoria’s cities and neighbourhoods by recognising the health, social and economic benefits of green, open and public spaces in our cities.

    AILA presented 13 awards across 10 categories – civic landscape, parks and open space, infrastructure, cultural heritage, tourism, urban design, research, policy and communication, and communities.

    The 2016 jury said, “It was uplifting to see the exceptional entrants and excellence in landscape architecture across a wide range of project typologies within Victoria. These projects illustrate the critical role of landscape planning, architecture and design as catalysts for creating a sense of place, and for energizing local economies.”

    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

    Junction Place by Aspect Studios3bea3ccde4cc20835790558832c68cb2.jpgPhotography by Andrew Lloyd

    AWARDS

    • Windsor Plaza by Aspect Studios
    • RMIT Bundoora Pedestrian Spin by Taylor Cullity Lethlean 

    PARKS AND OPEN SPACE

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    McCulloch Avenue Boardwalk by Site Office88bf9d7ac3d77cecf8d13fe2229919ea.jpgPhotography by Lisbeth Grosman 

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Victorian Desalination Plant and Ecological Reserve by Aspect Studios 1feaedeb988168410429bedb0db27269.jpgPhotography by John Gollings 

    CULTURAL HERITAGE 

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Completion of the Courtyards at the Shrine of Remembrance by Rush Wright Associates7a81f87717b4695183e7a9bb3ebe4651.jpgPhotography by Michael Wright 

    AWARD

    • Rosalind Park Recreation Reserve Precinct Master Plan and Management Framework by Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture

    TOURISM

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Penguin Plus viewing area by Tract Consultantse606f87665f8440013a58be93e189ea3.jpgImage: Phillip Island Nature Parks 

    URBAN DESIGN

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Monash University ‘Caulfield Campus Green’ by Taylor Cullity Lethlean0bfc2d954b41f33e890936856a93373c.jpgPhotography by John Gollings

    RESEARCH, POLICY AND COMMUNICATION

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Landscape Architecture and Digital Technologies: Re-conceptualising Design and Making by Jillian Wallis and Heike Rahmann63e1eee78b0b68daa1d75b61bdf9a74a.jpgImage: Jillian Wallis and Heike Rahmann 

    AWARDS

    • Greening The West: A Brimbank Perspective by Brimbank City Council
    • Nature’s Cathedral by OUTR Research Lab, RMIT University

    COMMUNITIES

    AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

    Get Sunflowered by OUTR Research Lab, RMIT University145377a1eb8cf0aa4b834018f4cac2af.jpg
    Photography by Craig Douglas

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