Are you thinking of entering in the 2023 LDI Awards Competition? Not sure what to do or if it is worthwhile? Well, we have an event for you!
On Aug 9th, LDI is presenting a webinar to discuss key information for entering LDI Awards.
Maureen McKee, LDI Executive Officer - how to submit your online entry.
Sally Tulloch, Judge of several AILDM/LDI competitions - tips & tricks for putting your best foot forward.
Steve Warner, winner of multiple AILDM/LDI design awards - preparing your project for entry and the opportunities that come from winning an award.
If you haven't entered before, now may be the time to do so. We've opened opportunities for more of our members to enter an award - with the new Residential category this year called Innovative Affordability, for those with clients who don't have a large budget and need a remarkable design to achieve an amazing landscape space. There is also an Emerging Designer and a Pro Bono category. Join us for this informative webinar, how to make the most of your projects, and take full advantage of the benefits of winning an LDI Award.
Entrants must hold LDI membership. If you employ a landscape designer/architect who has done a great design they will need to hold LDI membership to enter it in the competition. If you are uncertain of their eligibility please contact Maureen - firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph. 0422 970 618.
If you know someone creating great designs who is not a member please encourage them to join, so they can be part of the competition. View Membership Options>
We look forward to seeing you on the 9th.
Paul Stein LDI Awards Director
Maureen has processed LDI award entries for many years, and knows the technical difficulties that arise when supplying the necessary documents online. File sizing, joining PDF pages, and check-listing entry requirements are just some of the details to be discussed
Sally has been a judge for past LDI awards and will be on the judging panel again for this upcoming awards competition. When grading the applicants project against the awards criteria, it is important to note her advice on their process, and what often can bring marking down.
Steve has won multiple awards over the years for his amazing work, and capitalises on promoting his projects and his skills as a designer. He will be discussing his 2021 Gold Award for the Woolloomooloo Project, and his tips for making the most of the judging process. We will see the documentation that was submitted, and discuss easy fixes to maximise plan potential.