Emily Sia Lian Wong

Emily Sia Lian Wong is a graduate landscape architect, designer and writer. Her interests lie in cross-disciplinary design, contemporary landscape theory, speculative futurism and architectural fictions. She is particularly drawn to the minimalism of Nordic landscape architecture, the wilderness of the terrain vague and the ominous, toxic beauty of mining sites.

Plant Profile: Sexy Shiso

BotanicaShiso (Perilla frutescens) is a fragrant, summery plant with pretty red or green leaves and a bright,…

Monet’s Garden at Giverny

GardensOne hour north of Paris, amongst the rolling countryside, teams of young, dedicated gardeners sculpt a…

Nature’s Typography

CultureAustralian explorers in the 19th century were struck by a strange and esoteric graffiti scrawled in an…

Seeds, Life & Weeds

CultureEarly last summer my cousin, while roaming the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, discovered a magnificent dandelion.

A Petite Green World

PeopleAmy Wong is a painter, scientist, and teacher – but is perhaps best known as a creator…

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