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UDLA tours Scarborough Beach Redevelopment with AILA
UDLA tours Scarborough Beach Redevelopment with AILA
07 May

On Thursday evening, UDLA Director Scott Lang and Landscape Architects Shea Hatch and Pierre Quesnel led a tour through the recently opened Scarborough Beach Redevelopment. This project was designed by a TCL, UDLA and ARUP-led consortium and delivered by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority in partnership with the City of Stirling. Invited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Scott, Shea and Pierre were joined by ...

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Scarborough Beach Redevelopment opens to the public
Scarborough Beach Redevelopment opens to the public
29 March

Perth’s Scarborough Beach Redevelopment has officially opened to the public. On Sunday 18 March, this foreshore landscape became accessible once more, reopening as a space that offers one of Australia’s most iconic urban beach experiences. Designed by a TCL, UDLA and ARUP-led consortium and delivered by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority in partnership with the City of Stirling, this project has transformed a disconnected and carpar...

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UDLA landscape architect to research health and the built environment
UDLA landscape architect to research health and the built environment
26 February

UDLA landscape architect Shea Hatch has been announced as a recipient of the 2018 AHPA (WA Branch) Health Promotion Scholarship funded by Healthway. Shea will work with The Heart Foundation (WA) on Healthy Active by Design, to work towards building health into the design of our built environment. Congratulations, Shea. We look forward to a continued conversation on the role that landscape architecture and urban design plays in the health of o...

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Accolade for Cable Beach Foreshore Master Plan
Accolade for Cable Beach Foreshore Master Plan
08 January

Late last year, Cable Beach Foreshore Master Plan was awarded with a commendation at the 2017 Planning Institute of Australia WA Awards for Planning Excellence. The award, presented to UDLA and the Shire of Broome, was in the Best Planning Ideas – Small Projects category. The jury stated that the Cable Beach Foreshore Master Plan “proposes a visionary transformation of the Cable Beach Foreshore area with the aim of reinforcing this iconic ...

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AILA WA AWARD FOR GOLD STREET PARK
AILA WA AWARD FOR GOLD STREET PARK
31 August

UDLA were humbled to be the recipients of the AILA WA 2017 Community Contribution Award of Excellence for our work on the Gold Street Park in South Fremantle. This project truly represents what UDLA is about – working closely with communities to realise a shared vision that improves their local environment. This project involved the close collaboration between Friends of Gold Street, Earthcare Landscapes, the City of Fremantle and is the result...

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Shea Hatch on Cities for Children
Shea Hatch on Cities for Children
10 July

UDLA Landscape Architect Shea Hatch has recently had a piece published in landscape architecture online publication Foreground.  Shea writes of the importance of play and the inclusion of children in the design process of public spaces.  You can read the article in full here....

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Landscape Architecture Abroad: UDLA Travel Scholarship 2016 Recipient

Landscape Architecture Abroad: UDLA Travel Scholarship 2016 Recipient

13 July

UDLA has donated funds to The University of Western Australia to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist an eligib...

60 Seconds with Rasheen Lee, Landscape Architect at UDLA

60 Seconds with Rasheen Lee, Landscape Architect at UDLA

20 June

  Rasheen Lee, Landscape Architect, has recently joined the UDLA team.  She brings with her a broad experience ...

The year that was

The year that was

08 December

We reflect on the year that was by taking a look at our top five most popular blog posts of 2016. UDLA's 10th annivers...

Growing Society: The role of community in the regeneration of our greyfields

Growing Society: The role of community in the regeneration of our greyfields

12 September

UDLA Directors Greg Grabasch and Daniel Firns on 'growing society' – greyfields as the new frontier for urban change, ...

60 seconds with Bindi House, Landscape Architect at UDLA

60 seconds with Bindi House, Landscape Architect at UDLA

15 August

We're pleased to share that Bindi House, Landscape Architect, has recently joined the team at UDLA.  Bindi joins us aft...

60 seconds with Shea Hatch, Landscape Architect at UDLA

60 seconds with Shea Hatch, Landscape Architect at UDLA

10 August

Shea Hatch, Landscape Architect, has recently joined the UDLA team at our Fremantle studio.  Shea joins us after a deca...

The value of play

The value of play

18 July

UDLA Landscape Architect Shea Hatch on the value of play in the context of the modern Australian childhood. Australia h...

Learnings from Kununurra

Learnings from Kununurra

20 April

This year, UDLA celebrates 10 years in practice, and we'll be reflecting on our 10 year anniversary by considering the m...

Urban Impression: 4 things we could learn from Tokyo

Urban Impression: 4 things we could learn from Tokyo

30 March

Rebecca McGregor, Landscape Architect at our Freo studio, on four things we could learn from the urbanism and community ...

Women in Landscape Architecture: The question of gender equity in our profession

Women in Landscape Architecture: The question of gender equity in our profession

08 March

For International Women’s Day, we’re reflecting on our short film, WA Women in Landscape Architecture, that consid...

My Park Rules: Designing with the students of Highgate Primary School

My Park Rules: Designing with the students of Highgate Primary School

11 February

As a part of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architect's My Park Rules competition, we're collaborating with the c...

Gold Street Park: Community collaboration at its best

Gold Street Park: Community collaboration at its best

29 January

Rosie Halsmith, Landscape Architect at our Freo studio, on the community driven design process at Gold Street Park in So...

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