This Week on Landscape Design:
- Check out this green paradise right in the heart of the city. The project called Tanner Springs Park is located in Oregon and was designed and accomplished by Atelier Dreiseitl.
- Learning how to say “no” to clients can be good for you and your business. Check out this story.
- Gardens are worth fighting for. No amount of obstacles stopped Mike and Kathy just so they can have a great garden.
- Do urban growth boundaries work? Turns out they are flexible and easily renegotiable.
- Check out this awe-inspiring project from HHD_Fun – the Earthly Pond Service Center.
On Industry News:
- Australian development NewActon Nishi designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects and Tokyo’s Suppose Design Office brings home the bacon in the 2015 Building Awards’ International Project of the Year.
- AIA to ACT Government: Incorporate the Heritage Council’s recommendations regarding the preservation of a proportion of the Northbourne public housing precinct. Read more about it here.
- Here’s a sneak peek of Sydney’s Barangaroo Point Reserve soon to rise July.
- RIBA is looking for technical expertise in architects to help in relief efforts in Nepal after massive earthquake.
- Should Australia have a home sustainability rating system? Read more about it here.
On Industry Events:
- May 11 – 17: Melbourne International Design Week | Festival | Melbourne
- May 12: VIC Channel the Panel | Talk | Melbourne
- May 14 – 16: Risk | Conference | Melbourne
- May 14 – 16: DEN Furniture and Design Fair |Trade Show | Melbourne
- May 15: Interior Design Awards 2015 | Awards |Melbourne
- May 15: Fresh Harbor Cruise | Event | Sydney