This Week on Landscape Design:
- When at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. Nature rewards the bold. A great gardening motto. Click here to read the full article.
- A forest where you can draw and express your feelings is dedicated to the victims of violence in Mexico. Check it out in this post.
- What makes a client decide to stay with you rather than going and checking out the competition? Check out this blog post.
- Urban Land Institute Shortlists six International Parks for the 2015 Urban Open Space Award Competition.
- Are shared spaces safer for pedestrians? Read on to find out.
On Industry News:
- One Central Park Brings Nature Back to Sydney. What can we expect from this urban infill redevelopment?
- Expect two sinuous 44-storey along the gold coast as Zaha Hadid proposes second Queensland project.
- The construction of high-rise towers at Brisbane’s South Bank Cultural Precinct has been halted after four of the site’s iconic buildings have been declared heritage sites.
- A holistic approach for Multi-Residential Projects. Revisions have been proposed to the current version of the National Construction Code. Read more about it here.
- Are Australia’s car parks designed for safety or just for compliance? Should car park safety standards be improved?