The Point Nepean National Park Master Plan is set on a 560-hectare landscape at the narrowest tip of the Mornington Peninsula.
This project is an exemplifier of deep listening and the role of landscape architects in providing a holistic People and Place approach to visioning that goes beyond spatial design.
This in-depth and impactful study for Curtin University, interprets two songlines and integrates indigenous knowledge into meaningful design outcomes for all people.
The Plant Bank is a research institute, seed repository and public building set amongst the Australian Botanic Gardens at Mount Annan in the south-western suburbs of Sydney.
For many years it was a 'forgotten site'... vacant, disused, weed infested, eroded and a place of anti-social behaviour. Working with the Traditional Owners of the land and guided by the principle of 'designing with respect', Ecoscape allowed socio-cultural values to drive the design process.
Port Adelaide is one of Australia’s most valuable and least realised post-industrial waterfronts. Over the past decade it has been the subject of a slow burn renewal through many state government and local council initiatives designed to reenergise ‘The Port’.