Journal

We are honored to receive the 2020 Waste Authority Infinity Award (category 'Avoid Recover Protect' Commercial and Industrial Waste) for our Bentley 360 project. This highly innovative project looked to re-using and recycling materials from site to celebrate its unique and diverse history. A big...

Organisers of the Architecture Master Prize have announced the winners of the 2020 edition of the international awards, more than 1,500 entries were judged by a panel of 58 jurors across multiple categories. Mindeerup Piazza has won the 2020 Architecture MasterPrize award for the category Installations...

PLACE Laboratory celebrated with the Project Team and Client on Wednesday the Grand Opening of The Central Park refurbishment. We are proud of our role in the transformation from a once dark and uninviting space to a welcoming forecourt that is open to the street. Our...

At PLACE Laboratory we love to work with communities to help them develop a vision for public spaces. Despite the challenges of 2020 we have been excited to work on two such projects with the Shire of Murray, alongside Jenelle Provost and Associates, and PRACSYS....

Our Perth Character Study for the City of Perth has been shortlisted for the annual PIA Awards for Planning Excellence in the category Best Planning Ideas - Small Project. A successful collaboration with Hames Sharley looking at Perth city’s built environment and the urban spaces. Examining various...

We’re feeling very proud to receive the 2020 AILA National Landscape Architecture Award in the Tourism category for Mindeerup Piazza! A successful collaboration with Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects, ETC Lighting, Pritchard Francis; and, Wood & Grieve Engineers, NS Projects and David Snyder. As well as artists...

Rockingham Foreshore Revitalisation wins the Think Brick Awards 2020 in the award category Bruce Mackenzie Landscape! Click the link below to learn more about this project: https://www.placelaboratory.com/project/rockingham-foreshore/   ...

We are excited to be teaching the master landscape architecture students at PLACE Laboratory for a 2-week intensive. The Barlee Street Piazza brief provides students with the opportunity to test a place approach, we believe that the public realm is the stage for life.   ...

Mindeerup Piazza makes a feature in the latest edition of the Southern Gazette! Mindeerup Piazza has recently won both the AILA WA Award of Excellence for Civic Landscape and an AILA WA Landscape Award for Tourism. In all respects, PLACE Lab is incredibly proud of...

Out now the August issue of Landscape Australia magazine featuring an essay on  the landscape architecture profession and project reviews of our South Perth Foreshore project Mindeerup Piazza. ...

PLACE Laboratory are delighted that several of our projects were recognised on Friday night at the WA Landscape Architecture Awards, picking up a total of 3 Awards of Excellence and 2 Landscape Architecture Awards. Congratulations to all of our clients, colleagues and collaborators. Here are the details: CIVIC...

Great places come about through collaboration. We are thrilled to be lead players in 3 significant AIA WA Awards 2020 and a handful of commendations. The Iwan Iwanoff Award for Small Project ArchitectureCongratulations City of South Perth and iph! #architecture #iph #placelaboratory #southperth #westernaustralia ...

Great places come about through collaboration. We are thrilled to be lead players in 3 significant AIA WA Awards 2020 and a handful of commendations. The Jeffrey Howlett Award for Public Architecture Congratulations Curtin University and Coniglio Ainsworth Architects #architecture #westernaustralia #coniglioainswortharchitects #caa #placelaboratory #curtinuniversity...

  We are honoured to receive the 2020 AILA ACT Play Spaces, Landscape Architecture Award, for Eddison Park Nature Play, well done to all involved! PLACE Lab were engaged to provide natural play focused design solutions for Eddison Park, a significant community parkland in Southern Canberra. The...

During the initial onslaught of the Covid-19 lockdown I feared for the future of public space. Restriction after restriction seemed to diminish the purpose and role of parks in what was described as the “new normal”. Against the odds, and amongst new routines of working and...