The seminar will provide a great opportunity to hear from some award-winning landscape professionals as they share their thoughts on landscapes that inspire them.
Australia’s Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers is hosting a professional development seminar. It provides a great opportunity to hear from some award-winning landscape professionals as they share their thoughts on landscapes that inspire them.
Raoul Van de Laak - from Good Manors
Raoul has been creating inspired landscapes for many years. With Ron Berkelmans and David Buurma, Raoul started Good Manors back in the mid 1980's and they celebrated their 25th anniversary earlier this year. Raoul has been involved in the creation of truly wonderful landscapes, winning numerous industry awards along the way.
Craig Rich - from Alpine Nurseries
It is impossible not to be infected by the enthusiasm for plants held by Craig Rich from Alpine Nurseries. His passion is supported by great knowledge and experience. Craig will be sharing some thoughts on how plants help to create the inspired landscape.
Adam McDonald - from Impressions Landscape-Design
Adam Tenko and Adam McDonald established Impressions Landscape-Design almost 10 years ago. They bring passion and enthusiasm to the art of designing, installing and maintaining inspired landscapes. In 2012, Impressions Landscape-Design was awarded the AILDM Residential Design Award for Gardens $50,000-$150,000.
Where - Greengate Hotel, Pacific Highway, Killara, Sydney - off street parking is available off the main driveway (entry Pacific Highway).
When - Wednesday 13 March, 2013. Registrations with tea and coffee from 3.00pm, seminar begins at 3.30pm and will include a break for afternoon tea.
Cost - AILDM Members - $40.00
AILDM Students -$30.00
Non Members - $50.00
Click here to register online or contact AILDM administrator Maureen McKee on email@example.com
The Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers is an association of qualified landscape design and management professionals who have a sound knowledge of landscape design principles, professional ethics, plants and environmental management. Formed in 1994, AILDM has grown into a strong national organisation, with members in all states and major cities as well as many regional centres.