Kings Park and Botanic Garden warmly congratulates our landscape architecture consultants, Plan E, who recently received an accolade at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) WA Awards for their work in the Park.

Botanic Terraces and Botanic Pavilion. Photo: D. Blumer.View image slideshow

Plan E won the Landscape Architecture Award of Excellence in the WA State Tourism category. The award celebrates an 18 year relationship between Plan E and Kings Park, which started in 1999 with the redevelopment of the WA Botanic Garden's water garden.

Since then, Plan E and Kings Park have worked collectively on more than 25 developments, including Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park, the Botanic Terraces and Botanic Pavilion and the poignant Place of Reflection.

Plan E's distinctive and beautifully designed projects have resulted in a high quality aesthetic in Kings Park that is sensitive to the natural landscape, and fitting for the State's number one tourist attraction.

Plan E will now contest the national AILA awards in Sydney in October 2017.

Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park. Photo: J. D'Arcy. Marlee Pavilion and Place of Reflection. Photo: D. Blumer.

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