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    Edible infrastructure to healing landscapes: hear from Brisbane’s top design firms about practice and projects

    Geraldine Chua

    Get up close and personal with Brisbane’s top design firms with Come Back To My Place, a unique event series that peers behind the closed doors of practices shaping the city’s urban landscape.

    Presented this month as part of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ (AILA) Forecast Festival of Landscape Architecture, the series invites the general public and festival-goers to eight free discussion-based events at intimate studio and site settings.

    This includes conversations about practice and projects, allowing participants to discover design culture, as well as when and where it happens.

    Exclusive tours around remarkable spaces such as the subtropical garden at the Translational Research Institute by Wilson Architects and Donovan Hill (in association) will be offered as part of the event. Hosting studios include HASSELL, Lat27, CGRAMW, AECOM and Cardno.

    With an overarching focus on Brisbane’s landscape architecture, everything from edible infrastructure to healing landscapes and the evolution of the city’s backyards will be open for discussion in relaxed settings.

    Running on Thursday October 16 and Saturday October 18, Come Back To My Place is a free event but has limited places. To reserve a spot and for the full event list, please visit http://forecast.aila.org.au/session-come-back-to-my-place.aspx.

    View the event map here

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