Research, Policy and COMMUNICATIONS
Located in the heart of historic Hobart, Franklin Square is lined with some of the city’s most important civic buildings, including the Town Hall, the GPO, Treasury and St David’s Cathedral.
Drawn out of mutual respect and collaboration, this project demonstrated cross-cultural knowledge exchange and building the capacity of 15 local Vietnamese professionals through an intensive nine month exercise in best practice approaches to landscape architecture, urban design and planning.
This project provides new seating that is carefully integrated with the existing trees to create much needed resting spots.
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.
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.
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.
The Maitland Levee project, in regional New South Wales, demonstrates how a carefully considered and high quality public realm project can transform the economic, social and environmental fortunes of a place. Landscape Architecture Award – Civic Landscape