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Elizabeth Quay shortlisted in 2018 WLA Awards

March 2018

Elizabeth Quay Perth, designed by ARM Architecture and TCL, has been shortlisted in the 2018 World Landscape Architecture Awards. 

The annual World Landscape Architecture Awards seeks to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work and promote the profession across the world. 

The jury for the 2018 awards is made up of:

Cheryl Barton, FASLA, FAAR, is the Founder and Director of O|CB Studio in San Francisco, USA
Cheryl leads the firm in the planning and design of revitalization strategies for urban and ecological systems – green infrastructure, parks and public places, institutional campuses, and water-edge landscapes.

Isabel Zempel, ASLA is a Principal at Sasaki in Watertown, USA.
Isabel has led the design of high profile projects around the world, including award-winning civic and cultural landscape work in the United States, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

Nadia Amoroso, PhD, ASLA is a faculty member at the University of Guelph, Department of Landscape, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development.
She was the Lawrence Halprin Fellow at Cornell University and the Garvan Chair Visiting Professor at the University of Arkansas. She holds a PhD from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London,  and degrees in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Toronto.

Peter Chmiel CMLI, is a Director of Grant Associates in Bath, UK
Peter has over 30 years’ experience in landscape architecture his particular interest is the promotion of design quality and technical innovation through the synergy of landscape, architecture, nature, community, and place.

Simon Morrison MSILA, is Director of ICN DESIGN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS in Singapore.
From both public and private sectors across the globe, seeing through the implementation of numerous public realm, residential, commercial, tourism, and master-planning projects provides Simon with valuable insights and experience in the value of landscape across different climates, cultures and conditions.

More information here.