Contestants in the Street 14 Ideas Competition organised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) in partnership with the City of Kingston stand the chance to win prizes worth $28,000.

Open to landscape architects, students and the broader public, the street design contest invites entrants to submit their ideas of what the modern Moorabbin Junction might look like in the future. The Street 14 Ideas Competition requires contestants to submit ideas for the revamp of Taylor Street in Moorabbin.

AILA National President, Mark Frisby describes the Street 14 design contest as a forward-thinking initiative where big ideas are encouraged, enabling entrants to rediscover the potential and possibilities of Taylor Street. Open to landscape architecture professionals as well as the entire community, the contest is expected to get everyone thinking about the possibilities of good design.

Street 14 is an open competition with a wide range of prizes including an Australian Institute of Landscape Architects prize ($20,000), a Student prize ($4,000), a Best Urban Tactic prize ($4,000) and various community prizes.

Key dates

25 July: Site Walk & Talk

12 September: Registration closes

29 September: Submission deadline close

29 September – 9 October: Judging

9 October: Awards Presentation

9 – 20 October: Exhibition at Kingston Arts Centre