Landezine is calling landscape architects to submit entries for LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award 2019

LILA 2019 – Call For Entries

LILA Call for entries

Landezine is calling professionals from the field of landscape architecture to submit entries to the fourth edition of LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award.

Offices practicing landscape architecture can submit multiple projects built in 2016 or later into the following categories: Publicly accessible landscapes, infrastructure projects, residential housing landscapes, private residential gardens and hospitality projects (hotels, resorts and bars). Landscap

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International Seminar „Piet Oudolf’s Design Language“ on 20 March 2019, Tallinn, Estonia

EMAL Seminar

Foto autor: Merle Kares

Co-organised by Estonian Landscape Architects Union, Tallinn Botanic Garden and Anu-Kristin Tara Teenused Ltd., sponsored by Cultural Endowment of Estonia:

International Seminar „Piet Oudolf’s Design Language“ 20 March 2019 at Tallinn Botanic Garden, address: Kloostrimetsa tee 52

Seminar schedule:
13.00—13.15 Opening and introduction by Kristiina Kupper and Urve Sinijärv
13.15—13.30 Discussing the book „Planting: A New Perspective“ with Meeli Müüripeal and Jaan Mettik
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Call for Posters – EUGIC European Urban Green Infrastructure Conference, 10-11 April 2019 London, UK

Poster entry for EUGIC 2019 London Awards

The EUGIC 2019 London Call for Posters is open until 18 March 2019. We are looking for the most exemplar implemented green infrastructure projects, nature-based policies, strategies, visions and research to adapt our cities to climate change.

Entry deadline: MONDAY 18 MARCH 2019

Notification of Finalists for exhibition: MONDAY 25 MARCH 2019

EUGIC 2019 LONDON Awards Ceremony: 10 APRIL 2019

Finalists will be selected by EUGIC 2019 Jury for exhibition and

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ECLAS Annual Awards 2019

ECLAS Uniscape award

The European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools, ECLAS, is an association of university teachers and researchers in landscape architecture, whose membership primarily consists of university departments and faculties where landscape architecture teaching and research is the main focus of activity.

The purpose of ECLAS is to foster and develop scholarship in landscape architecture throughout Europe by:

  • strengthening contacts and enriching the dialogue between members of Europe’s landscape

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IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award 2019

NOMINATIONS DUE: April 1, 2019

The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), which represents the worldwide profession of landscape architecture, is soliciting nominations for its Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.

The Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award is the highest honor that IFLA can bestow upon a landscape architect. The award recognizes a living landscape architect whose achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and

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Hungarian National Association HALA is organising its Congress 12-14 February 2019, Tapolca, Hungary

hala event feb 2019

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Our Hungarian National Association HALA is organising its Congress on 12-14 February 2019 in Tapolca, Hungary.

The speakers include Noel Kingsbury, Claire Takacs, Cassian Schmidt.Please find attached programme of the event

HALA Congress 2019_International Program
For more details about please contact with Victoria: titkar.tajepiteszek@gmail.com

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Association of “Centres culturels de rencontre” ACCR – Network of Heritage Sites for Culture organises European Conference: Inhabit heritage & landscape differently

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Within the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, the Association of “Centres culturels de rencontre” ACCR – Network of Heritage Sites for Culture invites you on November 21st, 2018 to discuss and to think together on new ways of inhabiting heritage, and also, to share the innovations brought to the site thanks to art, creativity and research. Beyond the issue of heritage reuse and preservation, one of the current European heritage stakes is the reflection on the new methods to e

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Dutch School of Landscape Architecture (DSL) Symposium “Crossing borders in landscape architecture”, 8 November 2018, Delft, Netherlands

On Thursday 8 November, the Dutch School of Landscape Architecture (DSL) organises the symposium ‘Crossing Borders in Landscape Architecture’ from 14.00 to 18.00 hrs at the Delft University, Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment, Berlagezaal 1, Julianalaan 134,  Delft, Netherlands. The language of the Symposium is English.

The symposium reflects on the meaning of internationalisation for the field of landscape architecture. What does internationalisation mean for practice and compete

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AEP marks International Landscape Day of Council of Europe

 

On the occasion of the  International Landscape Day of Council of Europe, 20 October, our member AEP is organising together with several Schools of Architecture in Spain activities to celebrate the II International Landscape Day:

-          18 October 2018: The Degree in Landscape Architecture at A Coruña University organizes a Seminar about Landscape Architecture Education. The responsables of the universities that hosts degree programs in LA, AEP, UNISCAPE and some personalities from the pub

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IFLA World Congress 2019 in Oslo, Norway, 18-20 September 2019

IFLA World Congress 2019

Common Ground

Learning to live with change is a common experience that all life on earth share. Making sustainable choices for us and our communities calls for prevailing motivators, inspired researchers and practitioners, intelligent communicators and brave politicians. The global challenge for a sustainable life has many aspects. Sustainability is often critical where there is no democracy. The blue planet is our common ground. Who should have a say on how its landscapes and resources are dis

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Conference “Landscape Architecture in times of climate change” organised by SAK, Stowarzyszenie Architektury Krajobrazu on 23 November 2018,

Conference “Landscape Architecture in times of climate change” which will take place on November 23rd, 2018.

Changing climate of our planet is a common phenomenon. Scientists are alerting us not because of the changes themself but because of its rapid progress and lack of adapting cities to approching conditions. Climate change means not only extreme weather conditions, it is also an economic problem, that forces reorganisation of managing natural resources and processes of administering public

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Seminar ”Thirty thoughts about time” organised by Swedish Academy for Landscape Architecture 8-9 November 2018, Gothenburg, Sweden

Sveriges Arkitekter
The Swedish Architects Academy for Landscape Architecture in collaboration with local associations arranges seminars every year in different cities. The intentions of these seminars are to enhance the dialogue within the professional body of landscape architects and to create local meeting points where we can share professional experiences and knowledge.
The Siena award is landscape architecture most prestigious price in Sweden where meritorious landscape architecture is awarded. Last year (

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X AEIP-APENA-EFIB-ECOMED Conference: Soil and Water Bioengineering in the Mediterranean ecoregion, Madrid 21-23 November 2018

X AEIP-APENA-EFIB-ECOMED conference: Soil and Water Bioengineering in the Mediterranean ecoregion

Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Montes and Forestal y del Medio Natural UPM

Soil and water bioengineering comprises a series of techniques involving the use of plants or cut plant material, alone or in combination with inert materials, as a construction element within the field of environmental restoration. Bioengineering is used in all areas of civil engineering, especially in the scope

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25th anniversary of Croatian association of landscape architects and redesigning the CALA visual identity

25th anniversary of Croatian association of landscape architects and redesigning the CALA visual identity

This year, the Croatian Association of Landscape Architects celebrates its 25th anniversary of founding. After the collapse of Yugoslavia, which consequently led to the collapse of the Association of Landscape Architects of Yugoslavia, the Croatian Association of Landscape Architects was founded on November 20th, 1992. It has worked actively ever since. In the 1993 CALA entered the Croatia

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