The $37 million redevelopment project forms part of a landmark City Deal, which will inject $200 million into the rejuvenation of Darwin’s CBD.
TCL is collaborating with Steve Thorne from Design Urban on a masterplan for a new community at Rotokauri North, New Zealand that will embed landscape thinking from the outset.
Wenxi’s thesis project titled Boundary Resistance looked at ways to protect Adelaide’s coastline from erosion through the careful manipulation of ocean dynamics to create sand barriers and mangrove forests.
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.
On Friday 22 February TCL Adelaide will host evening talk with anthropologist and writer Michael Taussig and artist Simryn Gill.
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.
443 Queens Street will be a distinctly Brisbane high-rise apartment building located on the edge of the Brisbane River. TCL is working in collaboration with Woha, Architectus and Asset Horticulture on the design for Cbus Property.
Methodist Ladies College in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs will soon have a new recreational space and outdoor learning environment. TCL’s design resolves a number of connectivity issues at the campus while providing a versatile space for events and everyday student use.