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Join us for a free Resene webinar on colour in landscape design

10 Nov 2020

On Wednesday 25th November from 1pm–2pm (NZ Time), you’re invited to attend a free webinar as Di Lucas covers off the relationship between colour and landscaping, both for rural and urban settings. All are welcome to attend – specifiers, designers, colour experts, architects, architectural designers, facility and property managers and builders, painters and design and colour students!

Webinar 12: Colour in Landscape Design – Rural and Urban

Di Lucas will join us to provide a compelling view on enjoying colour in our landscapes, rural and urban. This will include selecting colour to both celebrate and respect the diverse landscape nuances of Aotearoa NZ.

About Di

Director of Lucas Associates Limited, Christchurch, a Registered NZILA Landscape Architect and life member of NZILA, Di works in community-friendly planning and design processes for creative and sustainable solutions. Having skills in landscape assessment, landscape ecology and restoration, natural character analysis, community consultation, heritage values, sustainable resource management, creative problem solving and documentation, Di works on a range of projects around Aotearoa New Zealand. Projects vary in scale from broad frameworks and design guides for regions, districts and towns to planning development or restoration for specific sites, working for community, industry, landowners, iwi and government agencies. The Lucas Associates team has twice been awarded New Zealand's premier landscape planning award, the NZILA Charlie Challenger Award, and in 2012 Di was the recipient of the Resene Total Colour Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2019 Di was awarded the ONZM.

Earn CPD (Continued Professional Development) points:

  • RABCPD = 10 points (fill in details on Webinar registration and we'll submit for you)
  • ADNZ = 1 point (Please apply via ADNZ)
  • LBP (gain points in Skills Maintenance - Elective Activities)
  • Certified Designers OPD = 1 point (please apply via Certified Designers Society (CDS)
  • NZIOB = 1 point (apply for the 1 CPD credit through the NZIOB membership portal)
  • NZILA = 1 point per hour (please apply via NZILA yourself)

If you haven’t done so already, make sure you register free online at:

And if you have missed any previous webinars, you can catch up on them anytime at