Landscape Architecture Australia

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he sixth AILA International Festival of Landscape Architecture: The Square and the Park was convened in the splendid Deakin Edge theatre, situated in a square (Federation Square), overlooking a park (Birrarung Marr). Across a well-paced two-day program with a mix of presentation formats and topics, international speakers brought global and regional perspectives on contemporary issues of contextualizing, designing, delivering and managing exemplary urban landscape projects. These were balanced with shorter talks from local academics and practitioners. The line-up included comic interludes, a debate, a question and answer session

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