Posts in Sustainability
Oaklands Park and Wetland

At the heart of the project is a functional wetland which harvests 500 Megalitres of water from the Sturt River for use in irrigation of 30 other open spaces and for groundwater recharge.

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Temaiku Land and Urban Planning

Tamaiku Land and Urban Planning is a brave, necessary and compelling project that addresses one of the greatest injustices played out today – the loss of home, community, culture due to climate change.

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Green Infrastructure Planning a National Green Network

The panel was struck by this novel landscape architectural design-based exploration of the spatial implications of environmental policy and ecological theory objectives that aim to safeguard Australia’s biodiversity.

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The Living Knowledge Stream for Curtin University

This in-depth and impactful study for Curtin University, interprets two songlines and integrates indigenous knowledge into meaningful design outcomes for all people.

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Plant bank

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.

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K2K Urban Design

This project was developed through a close collaboration of both landscape architect and architect, working together to deliver a fully integrated, high quality urban design which not only accommodates future growth but greatly improves local amenity and liveability within an existing urban fabric. 

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City of Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy

With a focus on increasing activation, accessibility and resilience while maintaining and stren gthening the Parks’ distinct character, the strategy sets a robust framework for future park management and development and illustrates the significant contribution that the Park Lands make to the social life of Adelaide.

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Forest Edge Garden

Design restraint is an important tool in the landscape architecture profession, and Forest Edge uses this tool to perfection. The approach has been to bring together the site’s geology, flora and aspect, along with the transitional patterns of fire and drought, to deliver a garden that draws its aesthetic appeal from the landscape in which it sits.

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