International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) Asia Pacific announced the winners of the 2018 IFLA Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East (AAPME) award yesterday. Sasaki is delighted to have received an Award of Excellence in the Analysis and Planning category for our Zhangjiabang Park project.
This is the inaugural year for the IFLA AAPME award, an international award for landscape design and planning open to all IFLA regions and practitioners around the world for projects within the Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East region. According to IFLA, this award recognizes “examples of climate change adaptation, responsible practice and the pursuit of joint efforts to address issues of resilience building…” In 2018, 115 projects were recognized across a range of categories.
Sasaki will receive the award at the IFLA World Congress Award Gala in July.
Click here to read the announcement. Congratulations to all!
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IFLA AAPME Awards 2018 – Resilience by Design is an inaugural award initiated by the IFLA Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East (AAPME) regions. Organised by the IFLA Asia Pacific region and Co-Chaired by the three IFLA regional presidents, it is an international award for landscape design and planning recognition that is open to all IFLA regions and practitioners around the world for projects within the Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East regions. The Award offers unlimited submissions and free registration to all. Learn more at www.iflaapr.org.