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Safeguard your project, use a registered landscape architect

When you choose to use or appoint a registered Landscape Architect you know that they have been assessed and accredited by a committee of professional peers, they have qualifications recognized by the Australian Institute, and are committed to a program of Continuing Professional Development.  Formerly known as Associates of the Institute of Landscape Architects (AAILA) the Registered Landscape Architects were elevated to this new standing in a special meeting of AILA in March 2007.

As Principal of LandGraphics, Rob Burrell has been an active member of the institute for 20 years and is pleased to be acknowledged as Registered Landscape Architect.  

What is Landscape Architecture?

Landscape architecture is the art, planning, design, management, preservation and rehabilitation of the land and the design of human-made constructs. The scope of the profession includes architectural design, site planning, housing estate development, environmental restoration, town or urban planning, urban design, parks and recreation planning, regional planning, landscape urbanism, and historic preservation.
A practitioner in the field of landscape architecture is called a landscape architect

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