The emergence of landscape architecture in different contexts: factors influencing the shaping of the profession in Australia and Indonesia
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This study examines the contextual factors that shape landscape architecture as an emerging profession in Australia and Indonesia. The objective is to investigate the way landscape architects perceive their roles and responsibilities in ensuring sustainable landscape development in both countries. The current status and role of the profession among architecture and planning professions is assessed. This study seeks to uncover the contextual factors that relate to the contribution of the landscape architecture profession to the development process in two different national settings.
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