This project is a wonderful example of the university’s strategy to promote outdoor learning spaces.
Living Lab is a remarkable contribution to sustainable, relational and productive design that has extraordinary benefits for practitioners and industry.
Interpretive Wonderings is an important and beautiful body of design research, a collation of interrelated events that originated from an invitation to map the landscape of an aboriginal community owned station property in southern NSW.
The Southern Parklands Vision 2036 demonstrates excellent leadership and sustainable outcomes for ‘Sydney’s Biggest Backyard’, consisting of some 1500 hectares, which is 28% of Sydney’s parklands
The Chain of Ponds Action Plan illustrates an extraordinary achievement of highlighting the real issues faced by the restoration of the somewhat mistreated Moonee Ponds creek line.
This in-depth and impactful study for Curtin University, interprets two songlines and integrates indigenous knowledge into meaningful design outcomes for all people.
With initiatives targeting such diverse elements as public transport, built form, cultural heritage, public art, local business, visual amenity and green spaces, this integrated master plan builds on the characteristics that make Kangaroo Point such a readily identifiable part of the city.
With planning for the future of our regional towns becoming increasingly important, John Mongard Landscape Architects have delivered a comprehensive, articulate and highly implementable plan for the Vibrant Town of the Scenic Rim.
With the urgent need for cities to tackle climate change and the urban heat island effect, as well as increasing population growth and diversity, it is encouraging to see projects such as the University Square Master Plan embrace these issues through effective and well researched urban and landscape planning.