Landscape Architecture Awards - vote today
The Kaurna Learning Circle has been shortlisted in the ‘People’s Choice’ category of the AILA Landscape Architecture People’s Choice Award.
The AILA Awards program provides a key vehicle for the promotion of the work of landscape architects in Australia. The Awards process demonstrates the positive impact the profession has on Australian lives through the planning and design of the built and natural environments.
The People's Choice winner will be announced at the 2021 SA Landscape Architecture Awards Virtual Presentation evening on Friday 2 July.
Registration is required to vote, but please make the effort to showcase this remarkable facility.
Voting closes 11:59pm Wednesday 2 June.
About the Kaura Learning Circle
The Kaura Learning Circle is the new northern entry to the University of Adelaide called Karrawirra Parinangku (From the Red Gum Forest River) and is an acknowledgement of the Kaurna people, culture and country. This project replaces carparks and bitumen roads with a meeting place and cultural and ceremonial space marked by Kaurna language set in paving and frame by a new Wangu pole art installation.
Visitors are greeted by a Welcome to Country statement in Kaurna language and a cultural space that aims to connect the campus physically and spiritually with the Karrawirra Pari (River Torrens).