News & Updates

  • 2019 APRU Conference University of New South Wales
    2019 APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference August 29th - September 1st, 2019 | University of New South Wales | Sydney, Australia The APRU SCL 2019 Conference Video APRU SCL 2019 Conference Overview The third annual Association of Pacific Rim Universities Sustainable Cities and Landscapes (APRU SCL) Conference was hosted by the University of New…
  • Call for Student Submissions: Design Ideas Competition: Cities and Refugees
    The APRU SCL is thrilled to announce a call for submissions for the Design Ideas Competition: Cities and Refugees. This is an ideas competition. The brief is to design a physical intervention/series of interventions that meaningfully improves the lives of refugees in the city, in the short, medium and/or long term. For information: https://www.apruscl2019.org/studentcompetition All students are…
  • APRU Annual Report 2018
    Expanding Impact in a Divided World As Chair of APRU, I am delighted to introduce the Annual Report. The theme “Expanding Impact in a Divided World” stands as an objective of the Association as we act together to bridge many divides – disciplinary, cultural, national, and economic – in order to bring the benefits of…
  • Design Field School in Indonesia brought experts, students to Java and Bali
    The Design Field School ran from August 27th to September 6th this year in Indonesia, starting in Surabaya in Java and ending in Kuta in Bali leading up to the APRU SCL Conference in Hong Kong. Stuart Harris and Mayeesha Shafiq, both third year students studying Landscape Architecture at the University of New South Wales…
  • 2018 APRU SCL Conference & Design Field School
    2018 APRU SCL Conference: Hosted by the University of Hong Kong The 2018 APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Conference was held at the University of Hong Kong from September 6th through September 9th in 2018. The conference structure was designed around working group sessions with plenary talks, key note speakers, and informal discussion time. The…