We welcome Sepideh, our newest staff member, a landscape architect from Iran with a decade of overseas experience.
Ola’s strong interest in resilient cities and research has led her to commence the study in a Graduate Certificate in Disaster Risk Reduction. This program is delivered through CIFAL Newcastle, a United Nations training centre with a focus on disaster resilience and sustainable development (hosted at the University of Newcastle).
She completed the program with great success and is now capable of conducting disaster risk evaluations and guiding the subsequent development of disaster risk mitigation and management strategies.
FJLA celebrates the milestone of 75 cemetery projects for over 40 clients making the practice an unsurpassed specialist in cemetery planning and design.
Macarthur Memorial Park model project
“FJLA was the winner of the Fundraising Cake Decorating competition organised by Everlon Bronze during Lockdown.
The Natural Burial Bake was inspired by our work in the Natural Burial sphere…
An isolated grave in a peaceful woodland.”
Ola successfully passed the AILA registration exam. Now, she is a registered landscape architect!
Ola worked till the very end but was forced to slow down when this happened within hours of leaving the office!
Congratulations to Ola, Eugene & Mark on the arrival of Leah!