This Week on Landscape Design:
- What did David Alexander do to improve operation and company morale at TruGreen? Find out in this article.
- The new Novo Disk Nature Park is so full of, well… nature. Check it out in this post.
- A building’s design is critical in the learning process of children. Check out Mad Architects’ Clover House.
- Design Sponge interviews architect Jane Sachs who has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. Find out what she has to say.
- Check out this unique way of saving the monarchs from Jenny Kendler.
On Industry News:
- Architects rejoice as the Victorian Government approves $570 million worth of development projects for Melbourne’s Fishermans Bend.
- Austin, by Rothelowman architects, a 20-storey mixed-use project now stands proudly at the Queensland Arts Precinct. And it’s quite a sight for sore eyes.
- Poor planning and regulation is turning Central Melbourne into a population dense urban jungle. Read more about it here in this post.
- Plans to build the tallest building in Australia in Western Sydney could be halted by aviation height restrictions.
- Is Melbourne making the most of land near transit corridors? Read on to find out.