NEWS

What we've been up to

Rooftop Flora

TCL walks Jane Edmanson from Gardening Australia through the rooftop garden at Parliament House Victoria

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Flood Mitigation

Community Consultation finalised on significant new wetland for Adelaide’s south eastern parklands

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Plant Stories

Undertaking an overarching Interpretation Masterplan for SA’s three Botanic Gardens‘

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Now hiring: Communications, marketing & submissions professional

TCL is now seeking a talented professional to manage the studio’s communications, marketing and submissions activities.

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Parliament Members’ Annexe wins Gold Melbourne Design Award

The new Members’ Annex at Victoria’s Parliament House has won a Gold Melbourne Design Award.

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Parliament of Victoria Annex cleans up at Victorian Architecture Awards

The Parliament of Victoria Members Annex by Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design with TCL was the big winner at Friday’s AIA Victorian Architecture Awards.

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TCL takes out six awards at 2019 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards

TCL took out a smashing six awards at the 2019 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Victorian Chapter Awards, held Friday 14 June at MAIA, Central Pier, Docklands.

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Harvesting Conversations: 2019 KT Legacy project underway

2019 KT Legacy grant recipients Amrita Hepi and Claire Winsor visited TCL’s Adelaide studio in May to “harvest conversations” with staff for their upcoming video work.

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Get up! Urban activism and the politics of persuasion

With election season now firmly upon us, TCL has partnered with Kerb Journal to host Get up! Urban activism and the politics of persuasion – an intimate salon discussion that will cover themes of urban activism, the politics of public space, gender-sensitive design practice and everything in between.

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Water Lore: Learning from the Drylands

Curated by Gini Lee & TCL’s Antonia Besa, this exhibition presents an intensive deep mapping project that identities ecological, political and cultural ‘hotspots’ in the Cooper Creek and Murray Darling basins.

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