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    AILA recognises Queensland’s best landscape architecture

    The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 Queensland Architecture Awards.

    Six projects were awarded the highest honour, the Award of Excellence, with nineteen others receiving Landscape Architecture Awards, and three receiving the new Regional Achievement Award. 

    According to the jury, while some awarded projects benefitted from generous budgets, many others were able to achieve impressive results with a small budget. The jury saw this as evidence of the value of creative landscape architecture and committed clients, with these projects demonstrating that high quality outdoor spaces can and should be available to all.

    The winners:

    Civic Landscape Award of Excellence

    Palmwoods New Town Square – Sunshine Coast Council

    04-HERO-PalmwoodsTownSquare-PeterSyson-2.jpg Photography by Peter Syson

    Civic Landscape Landscape Architecture Award

    HOTA Outdoor Stage - CUSP, TOPOTEK1, ARM

    Parklands Project - Lat27 in collaboration with AAA Joint Venture (Archipelago, ARM and Arkhefield) and DesignFlow

    Riverside Centre Revitalisation - 360 Degrees Landscape Architects

    Surf Parade Place Making Project, Broadbeach - City of Gold Coast

    Parks and Open Space Award of Excellence

    Rockhampton Riverside – Urbis 

    Photography by Florian Groehn

    Parks and Open Space Landscape Architecture Award

    Scarborough Beach Park Southern Upgrade - ASPECT Studios

    Slacks Tracks - Logan City Council

    Play Spaces Award of Excellence 

    Centenary Lakes Nature Play – Landplan Landscape Architecture

    Photography by Andrew Watson

    Play Spaces Landscape Architecture Award

    Goodstart Early Learning Centre Adelaide Street - Greenedge Design Consultants

    Infrastructure Landscape Architecture Award

    Bundaberg CBD Revitalisation – Archipelago

    Tourism Award of Excellence

    HOTA Outdoor Stage – CUSP, TOPOTEK1, ARM

    Photography by John Gollings

    Tourism Landscape Architecture Award 

    Maravista – CUSP

    Urban Design Landscape Architecture Award

    Smithfield Street Revitalisation – Place Design Group & Gympie Regional Council

    University of Queensland St Lucia Campus Master Plan – Urbis 

    Fish Lane – RPS

    Landscape Planning Award of Excellence

    Brisbane Airport Strategy Manual – Tract Consultants and Urban Enquiry

    Kangaroo Point Peninsula Urban Renewal Strategy – Urban Renewal Brisbane, Lat27 and BVN

    Research, Policy and Communication Landscape Architecture Award

    Bell Street Mall Study – Tract Consultants

    Community Contribution Landscape Architecture Award

    Bell Street Mall Study – Tract Consultants

    Palmwoods New Town Square – Sunshine Coast Council and CoDesign Studio

    Small Projects Award of Excellence 

    Wembley Link Pathway Public Art – Logan City Council

    Image: LCC

    Small Projects Landscape Architecture Award 

    Caloundra Christian College Early Learning Centre – Greenedge Design Consultants

    The Link – Lat 27

    Gardens Landscape Architecture Award

    The New Backyard – Lexington, Akira, St Julien and Oxley & Stirling

    Regional Achievement Award

    Scenic Rim: Tambourine Mountain Village Greens – John Mongard Landscape Architects

    Central Queensland: Rockhampton Riverside – Urbis

    Darling Downs: Oakey Creek Linear Corridor – FRED St

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