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Shma showcased their projects, demonstrating meaningful and thoughtful designs that address growing environmental challenges.

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In this article, Dr. Mimi Tsai shares the work of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), currently led by Rohan Buckley and CEO Ben Stockwin. AILA champions sustainable environments through initiatives like UNFCCC proposals, state-level advocacy, and the Urban Green Infrastructure Handbook. Their strategic manifesto emphasizes climate-positive design, gender equity, and First ...

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From December 1st to 3rd,2023, the 4th International Conference on Brownfield Regeneration and Ecological Restoration was successfully held in Hangzhou, China. It is co-organized by the Center for Brownfields Research at the School of Architecture at Tsinghua University, the School of Architecture at China Academy of Art, and the Chinese Academy of Environmental Planning. The event is supported by ...

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In this article, Li Xiong presents his team's landscape architecture projects in China, which focus mostly on urban and rural green space planning and design, as well as the development of Chinese garden cities and park cities.

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Opinion

In this article, we had the opportunity to interview Pamela Sarunya Pagana, Professional Practice and Policy Committee Chair of IFLA Asia Pacific Region, on her thoughts about the landscape architecture profession, as well as reflections on the role of women, young architects, and future challenges.

Climate Change
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Opinion

In this article, IFLA APR had the opportunity to interview Professor Damian Tang, Chief Sustainability Officer, Uniseal Global & Organizing Chair of the Circular Cities Summit 1.0, on his thoughts post-event.

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On this 75th anniversary, it is more important than ever to consolidate partnerships to help us face the challenges we encounter in the present and in the future. The future of the landscape architecture is in our hands, and remembering the efforts of our predecessors is the first step to renewing the ambition to carry on with foresight and vision.

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In an era where urbanization and sustainability converge, landscape architects hold a pivotal role in shaping the future of our cities. Drawing from my experience as the former President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) Asia Pacific Region and my current role as the Organizing Chair of the Circular Cities Summit, I am profoundly convinced of the transformative ...

Design

Johor Bahru, located at the southernmost point of the Malay Peninsula is also the capital city of Johor, Malaysia. It is within the city centre that the 4,380 meters long Sungai Segget can be found coursing between Sungai Air Molek and Sungai Stulang. The location of the river, and its 23 meters width, make it the heart of the city as it was once a busy trading route acting as a hub for loading ...

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When we think of infrastructure, we often imagine concrete, steel, and asphalt - the building blocks of our cities and communities. But in Malaysia, a new trend is taking shape, one that incorporates nature and the environment into the built world. Green infrastructure is a buzzword that has been gaining traction in recent years, especially as our world faces the pressing issues of climate change ...