Sydney and Wellington solutions star in landscape architecture design competition

October 2015
Architecture Update;10/14/2015, p1
The article reports on the top three finalists of the This Public Space landscape architecture design competition, part of the 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life, which is open to university student groups from New Zealand and Australia. The selected proposal include activity precincts for an industrial area in Sydney, New South Wales, an inner-city wetland stream, and a collection of disaster resilient social parks in Wellington, New Zealand.


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