A Landscape Architect
An excellent vision for connectivity between the waterfront and Victoria Park. This project illustrates the power of conceptual masterplanning and integration of water sensitive design into public open space.
The judges commend the initiative of the entrant to undertaking this project which the ethic of landscape architecture practice to also provide a service to the profession while epitomising the intent of the visionary category.
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects
Nick's Head Station Stewardship Master Plan. An artful and exemplary project evidence of the outstanding outcomes that can be achieved through the landscape architect collaborating with a range of professionals, stakeholders clients.
This project has unraveled the key elements of custodianship and stewardship in farming - this project responds to the multiple needs of rural landscapes - it is not only an industrial farming practice but has exemplified a responsibility to culture
Boffa Miskell Ltd
This project illustrates how a fun and innovative use of colour can provide the lynchpin to an entire urban design response.
An extremely clever approach to pedestrian circulation and how colour can be an uplifting contributor to public space.
Craig Pocock, Kirsten O'Connor, Mike Barthelmeh, Dr Shannon Davis
This project exemplifies the role and importance of research for landscape architects, and the contribution our Universities can make to the profession.
Martin Bryant and Associate Professor Penny Allan
Earthquake Cities on the Pacific Rim is a series of interlinked essays that describe findings of research work into the relationship between spatial structure and resilience.
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.
This year's national conference in Rotorua was a huge success, with over 110 delegates attending. The conference covered cultural, tourism, productive and biodiversity habitat landscapes across a range of disciplines and perspectives.
On 20 March the landmark book Living In Paradox, a history of urban design across kainga, towns and cities in New Zealand will be published.
Congratulations to all the winners who were announced at the Awards dinner in Rotorua on Friday 20th March.
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