Movement of Place will be the subject of this year’s Kevin Taylor Legacy program, with the annual creative grant being awarded to choreographer Amrita Hepi and landscape architect Claire Winsor.
TCL’s Xingyuan Chen has won the National Prize in the Landscape Architecture Australia Student Prize with his thesis project Tasting Territory, completed at RMIT University. It’s the first time a student from RMIT University has won the national award.
TCL will lead a team of consultants to develop a master plan for Central Station, the main orientation node, day visitor picnic area and camping ground on Queensland’s spectacular World Heritage listed K’gari / Fraser Island.
The Channel 10 series Australia By Design has named TCL’s Australian Garden its “Ultimate Landscape Statement”.
Oaklands Park and Wetland in Adelaide received a National Award in the Parks and Open Space category, while Point Nepean National Park Master Plan (Victoria), a joint entry with Parks Victoria, won a National Award in the Cultural Heritage category.
Peninsula Hot Springs (PHS) has unveiled a new Bath House Amphitheatre extension, its biggest extension to date, adding seven new geothermal pools to its existing offering.
Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design and TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean) have delivered a much-needed extension to Victoria’s historic Parliament House that sensitively integrates contemporary architecture into a magnificent heritage garden setting.
Scott Adams, Ricky Ricardo and Nuonan Lu traveled to China recently to present TCL’s entry into an international design competition for a 600-hectare forest and sports park in Guang Ming, Shenzhen.