IFLA Asia-Pac LA Awards & LA Luminary Award 2017.
IFLA Asia-Pacific region Landscape Architecture Awards, also known as IFLA ASIA-PAC LA Awards provide an international platform to showcase and promote the achievements and work of landscape architects in Asia-Pacific region. The prestigious awards aim to create continuous awareness and recognition of landscape architecture together with like-minded partners and other professions that have played a key role in shaping our cities and environment towards a better future.
In addition, IFLA Asia-Pacific region is introducing the IFLA Asia-Pac LA Luminary Award 2017. It is IFLA Asia-Pacific's inaugural and highest honour accorded to its regional luminaries who have inspired and made significant contribution in protecting, championing, advocating, enhancing and/or sustaining the living environment and communities in their profession, region, countries or cities. This award is held in conjunction with the IFLA Asia-Pac LA Awards.
Added values for IFLA members and National Associations
LA Luminary Award provides leverage for IFLA National Associations to recognise non-landscape architects, contributors and like-minded partners outside of our profession to foster greater partnership.
IFLA APR will provide maximum exposure for IFLA members and awards winning projects across Asia-Pacific via different media channels and platforms.
The awards ceremony will be held at the IFLA APR Congress in Bangkok from 2-5 Nov 2017.
All award winning projects will be published in an IFLA Asia-Pac awards publication with full detail write up for IFLA national associations, jury panel, winning firms and sponsors for maximum regional exposure and international business opportunities.
Timeline in a Snapshot
Call for entries - 24 March
Calling for Sponsorship - now til July
LA Awards Submission deadline - 8 May
LA Luminary Nomination deadline - 8 May
Submission consolidation - May-June
Judging - June
Jury invitation - now til April
Awards ceremony - 2-5 November @IFLA Regional Congress Bangkok 2017
Please find attached:
1. LA Competition Brief – Built & Unbuilt Award (PDF Format)
2. LA Luminary Award Nomination Brief (PDF Format)
3. LA Awards Registration Form – Built & Unbuilt Categories (words format - Lock & Protected File)
4. Registration Form – LA Luminary Award (words format - Lock & Protected File)
You can also go to the following link for downloads.
For any questions, please directly contact our Asia-Pac LA Awards Convenor, Ms Juit Lian HENG or our Asia-Pac LA Awards Co-ordinator, Ms Si Ying WONG through email@example.com.
2017 IFLA SIR GEOFFREY JELLICOE AWARD: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
當年度得獎者將於2017 IFLA World Congress中宣布。
IFLA Executive Director
International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +32 498 464769
Student Design Award 2016
The Student Design Awards Ceremony will be held on 1st October 2016 in conjunction with ArchiFest 2016 at the ArchiFest Pavilion in Raffles Place Park.
14 July Notice of competition and Expression of Interest period begins
22 Aug Expression of Interest Deadline and Official Release of Entry Forms
31 August Submission of Entries Deadline
1 October Student Design Awards Ceremony at ArchiFest Pavilion
1 – 7 October Student Design Awards Exhibition at ArchiFest Pavilion
For full details of the competition, please download here.
挪威景觀設計師協會(the Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects)將於105年4月15日舉辦春季大會「Byvrimmel - Swarming in the City」
Dear friends of IFLA,
It is my pleasure to announce that the Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects is organising spring-conference «Byvrimmel» - (i.e. "Swarming in the City»)
The Conference will take place April 15 in Clarion Hotel & Congress, Brattørkaia 1, Trondheim, Norway. The aim of the Conference is to review life in the city, from the brain-researchers presentation on how we orientate ourselves, to the architects’ recipe on sustainable living.
Please find attached the program of the Conference.
For more information on the Conference, please visit http://iflaonline.org/event/conference-byvrimmel-swarming-in-the-city/
The IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Awardis the highest honor that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow upon a landscape architect. The Award recognises a living landscape architect whose lifetime achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture. The award is bestowed annually on an individual whose work and achievements merit this recognition.
Nominations must include the following information:
a. A letter of nomination describing the nominee’s qualifications for the award, including his/her academic background and achievements, a summary of his/her work and its scope, and a review of the way that this work has contributed to the profession of landscape architecture and its international practice. This should include the nominee’s education and highlights of his/her experience in teaching and lecturing, research/ innovation, practice, professional organizations, publishing, and any other international pursuits. The letter must be no more than three pages in length. (See Nomination Committee below for additional information to be requested from final candidates for the Award.)
b. A letter of support, including confirmation that nominee is a member in good standing, from the nominee’s member association, or a letter of reference from another source attesting to the fact that the candidate is qualified to work in the field of landscape architecture, and that the documents presented are a true reflection of the candidate’s contribution to the profession,must be submitted if someone other than the member association is the nominator.
c. Contact information for both the nominator(s) and nominee, including name, address, email address and phone contact information.
d. All nomination material must be submitted in English.
Submission of Nominations – Due 24 October 2015
Nominations for the Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award must be submitted electronically to the Administrative Headquarters of the International Federation of Landscape Architects in care of:
IFLA Executive Director
International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)
email@example.com Tel: +32 495 568 285
TASTING THE LANDSCAPE
53° IFLA World Congress
International Federation of Landscape Architects
Turin, Italy, 20 – 22 April 2016
|The 53° IFLA World Congress will be held in Turin, Italy, from April 20th to 22nd 2016, organized by the Italian Association of Landscape Architecture (AIAPP).
The present Call for Abstracts aims to solicit an exploration of the theme ‘Tasting the Landscape’ from various perspectives focusing on the landscape architecture project as the determinant of change towards achieving the best possible quality of spaces and places.
We are calling for abstracts that show the diversity of approaches and experiences possible at every scale as evidence that professional skill and a deep understanding of environmental, economic and social realities can make all the difference and allow people to truly "taste" their landscapes. Read more
IFLA Europe proudly announces the launch of its Young Professionals Competition on the theme „Use of trees and vegetation in the design and construction of resilient urban areas”.The competition is open to entries from 15th June 2015. The deadline for submitting contributions is 1st September 2015. The results will be announced in September 2015.
IFLA Europe including EFLA (European Foundation for Landscape Architecture) has held Landscape Architectural design competitions since the 1990´s. 2015 IFLA Europe Young Professionals Competition will build on the success and lessons learned from previous competitions and is anticipated to further develop the visibility and the possibilities for collaboration with National Associations, Universities and the Landscape Industries.
There are three categories for Young Professionals – for graduates but also students of post graduate diploma or masters programmes as per above i.e a student/alumnus of a landscape architecture course or a practitioner in the field of landscape architecture.
A Conceptual projects
B Projects realized and constructed (photos, sketches, analyses, plans etc. of actually existing, realized projects).
C Ideas: a broad category which includes any creative work relative to landscape architecture (photo, collage, animations, short essays, drawings, poetry...).
For more information on the competition, technical specification and other details, please visithttp://youthcompetition.iflaeurope.eu/