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TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

TCL comment: Harnessing the power of design to transform cities

Scott Adams, TCL Director, comments on the power of good urban design and landscape architecture.

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Landscape design competition news at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden

Set to undergo a $60-million revitalisation, the National Gallery of Australia has announced the launch of a landscape design competition for its Sculpture Garden.

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

The dialectic of colonialism: Rethinking maps, remaking our cities

Dallas Rogers, Head of Urban Discipline at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney, comments on the history of map-making in our cities.

Exploring Hotel Indigo Kuala Lumpur on the Park with Anna Vivian

Exploring Hotel Indigo Kuala Lumpur on the Park with Anna Vivian

We hear from the GA Group Marketing Executive about how the neighbouring forest reserve, local culture, art and sustainability create a unique boutique hotel with a sense of place.

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Comment: Encouraging children to thrive in sustainable and inclusive outdoor classrooms

Hamish Dounan, Director of Sydney-based landscape architecture studio, CONTEXT, shares his insights on the possibilities of outdoor learning in education design.

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

Community, adaptability and a proud heritage at Hayball’s Scientia Terrace

With emphases on context, place, STEM and social value, Hayball has created a thriving educational environment in North Sydney.

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

Deb Robbins, T.C.L Brisbane Studio principal, shares her vision for a series of catchment ‘corridors’ to unify the city.

Wardle’s new workplace where three heritage buildings collide

Wardle’s new workplace where three heritage buildings collide

Collaborating with property investor ISPT, Wardle has revitalised 477 Pitt Street to become a new mixed-use precinct with significant heritage features.

Only the BEST for Blacktown: $100m sports hub opens

Only the BEST for Blacktown: $100m sports hub opens

In Sydney’s west, Blacktown International Sports Park has expanded significantly with the newly completed Blacktown Exercise, Sports and Technology (BEST) Hub.

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

An unprecedented inquiry into precedents with Kevin Carmody

Following his recent keynote speech at the 2023 Australian Architecture Conference, we spoke to architect Kevin Carmody about his inspirations and experience.

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Five of the best landscape architecture practices

Landscape architecture is enjoying a rise in prominence. Today, it’s taking a seat at the design table from the very beginning of a project, so we bring you some of the leading practices.

One year in Bundanon: A retrospective on The Bridge and Art Museum by Kerstin Thompson Architects, part two

One year in Bundanon: A retrospective on The Bridge and Art Museum by Kerstin Thompson Architects, part two

Kerstin Thompson Architects’ work at Bundanon recently marked its one-year anniversary. With Thompson having recently been awarded the AIA Gold Medal, it’s a fitting time for a mini-retrospective, continued here in this second part.