A Landscape Architect
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A beautifully crafted and important research project, leading Landscape Architecture at the forefront of bi-cultural design. Its message while robust, can transcend cultural boundaries, to be read and understood by all.
Te Kopahou Reserve
The Te Kopahou Reserve - Entrance to Wellington South Coast project undertaken by the Wellington City Council successfully demonstrates a sensitive and balanced response to an old resource site that is now highly valued for its natural setting.
Auckland East-West Transport Study
The City East West Transport Study does more than just set a path for the future development of Auckland's CBD East West movement network, it firmly sets the path for the role of landscape architecture in urban transportation planning.
ReStart Mall, Christchurch
The input from Rough & Milne that made this development such a success was donated by them at a time when they themselves were under post-earthquake pressure after losing their office building making the time donated an even more significant gift.
The NZ Institute of Landscape Architects aims to foster and develop an understanding of these processes and to ensure that this knowledge is applied in such a manner as to conserve or enhance the quality of all natural resources and human values.
Information about what is happening in our world today and tomorrow including jobs, news and events.
Members resources including Registration, CPD, Branch Activities and the NZILA Document Library.
A selection of our members projects throughout the country.
Having a statement of social and ecological responsibility as an organisation these days seems to be as rife as the support for New Zealand rugby. It’s regularly talked about, but while the All Blacks consistently deliver, are business doing all they can to do the same?
Most of New Zealand’s landscapes are shared by different cultures, however they only kōrero in Pākehā. What can we as Landscape Architects do to find a more balanced narrative?
Julia recently spent 3 weeks touring the West Coast of America and shares with us one of her favourite places.
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