Joshua presented a peer-reviewed research poster at the inaugural agIdeas Design Research Lab, which asked the question “Where is design practice at today?”, held during agIdeas 2011 International Design Week in Melbourne, Australia. The research poster was titled “Aesthetic Foodscape Design Potential in Australian Landscape Architecture”. The inaugural agIdeas 2011 International Design Research Lab aimed […]
Why Should We Grow Food in Cities? What Needs to Change to Make it Happen? Joshua presented at the conference ‘From Plains to Plate‘ organised by Friends of the Earth Adelaide at the University of South Australia on the 10-13 February 2010.
Bruce Mackenzie Future Leaders Scholarship Awarded Joshua received the 2009 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) Bruce Mackenzie Future Leaders Scholarship in an awards ceremony held in Canberra. Many thanks go to AILA and the anonymous donor for their financial generosity and also to the referees.
‘Cities as Living Systems’ presentation for CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems team leaders: Based on the research of the Biocity Studio, Joshua was invited to present to CSIRO team leaders responsible for over 500 staff in the science and research areas of global warming, climate change and sustainable city making. More specifically, the presentation focused on how […]
How Green is Your Garden? Joshua was one of four invited panelists for the event, which saw the Grand Ballroom in the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide at full capacity with around 850 guests. Other panelists included Gardening Australia’s Sophie Thompson, Professor Chris Daniels and Sheryn Pitman from Sustainable Landscapes (Department of Environment and Natural Resources […]