2020 Call for Submission
Charrette OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
Competition 2020 Call for Submission
Virtual Run Run Anywhere & anytime 15 Jan - 29 Feb 2020
RegistrationEarly Bird Rate until
31 December 2020
International Student Charrette :
28-30 July 2021
IFLA EXCO & World Council Meeting :
15-17 August 2021
Kopitiam Open Studio :
17 August 2021 Onwards
International Student Design Competition :
18 August 2021 Onwards
18-22 August 2021
LIVE STREAMING FROM
George Town, Penang, Malaysia
For the first time in the history of IFLA, the IFLA 2020 World Landscape Architects Summit will play a leading role in formulating and creating landscape architecture-based solutions, for a brighter future.
IFLA2020 will be the platform where regional delegates can share issues, ideas, and inspiration, to ensure the landscape architecture profession is ready to face the requirements of society, the environment, and urban living, for the next 10 years.
4 HOURS Daily Live Streaming
26 LIVE Invited Speakers
70 On Demand Video
7 Technical Visits
A Glimpse of George Town Penang
As the world’s population is growing at a startling rate, our finite landscape and natural resources are diminishing fast. How can the planning and design of our landscape spaces sustain these finite resources for better future living condition and environment?
Homogenous Culture & Diverse Population
Globalisation and the advancement of transportation system and connectivity render our cities' population to be more diverse in ethnicity, religion, nationality, ability and thinking. As landscape spaces are usually "public" in nature, how could the planning and designing of our landscape spaces cater to these diverse demands, needs and preferences?
The advancement of Internet of Things (IOT) has change many aspects of our life. The way we work, communicate, socialise, and play are different from the past decades. How can landscapes co-exist or complement this transient living environment where IOT is an integral part of our day-to-day life, now and the future?
Natural Disaster :
Expect the Unexpected
The effect of global warming that we are experiencing now causing the lost of biodiversity and extinction of wildlife. How does landscape architecture practice helps to reduce natural disaster occurrences? Do we have new methods, approaches, techniques and skills?
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In Collaboration With
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