Grace Lin promoted to Director

Grace started at TCL while completing her final year project in 2005, and over the years has progressed to be the most senior staff member under a director on a number of complex projects including the design and documentation of / Tarntanyangga in central Adelaide and the documentation Stage 1 of Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre, Zetland NSW.  Now as a director she  is currently leading a number of private developer multi- residential and SA Government projects.

Along with a passion for landscape architecture, Grace is intrigued by visual arts and has worked on sculptural and collaborative projects including the Gingko Gates at the Western Entry of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. After hours she has studied at the Adelaide Central School of Art producing beautiful works in oils, pen and watercolours.

In 2016 Grace left TCL and spent 5 years at the City of Adelaide in roles including -Principal, Design and Lead, Strategic Projects and this experience has provided TCL with valuable experience and insights into local government. In 2021, Grace became a Connection to Country committee member for AILA SA, to drive and support initiatives to improve the engagement, acknowledgement, and celebration of our First Nations Peoples in landscape architectural practice.

Grace has a beautifully calm, measured and inclusive personality accompanied by a wide and animated smile, and is one of those rare individuals who is liked and appreciated by anyone lucky enough to come into her orbit.

Grace Lin promoted to Director
TCL acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people — the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We respect their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.