Review | A Sunshine Coast transport hub by Bark Design Architects, Guymer Bailey Landscape and SKM in the relaxed Noosa spirit.
Review | A new rail bridge, with pedestrian paths, in Melbourne’s Clifton Hill transforms a formerly grimy space into a public park.
Review | Terragram’s redesign of this inner-Sydney park demonstrates that there is more than one way to occupy public space.
Review | Fifteen years ago it was one of Sydney’s most contaminated and degraded sites but today it is used and loved by the community.
Review | Aspect Studios creates a civic waterfront parklands for the Tweed Shire community.
Review | This memorial designed by Katherine Rekaris Landscape Architecture is dedicated to 70,000 Australian ex-servicewomen.
Review | This park by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture uses materials that celebrate the character of the site.
Review | With a number of landscape architecture firms behind its design, Western Australia’s Ellenbrook Estate is worth reflecting on.
Review | There is much for children and young people to enjoy in Site Office’s collaborative reimagining of these two public spaces.
Review | Vee Design’s twenty-hectare parkland in Springfield, Queensland acts as a community hub and a child-friendly playground.
Review | Remnants of the site’s industrial history colour McGregor Coxall and Choi Ropiha’s Sydney harbourside park.
Review | A bridge and a fabricated concrete creek edge by studio SMLWRLD reveal the benefits of collaborative work.
Review | Gamble McKinnon Green’s SW1 is a new community model for inner-urban living in Brisbane.
Review | A tribute to the pioneer women of South Australia, this garden designed by Elsie Marion Cornish was first unveiled in 1941.
Review | Hassell transforms a former drive-in theatre into a residential site, retaining valued bushland and parkland.
Review | Tempe MacGowan reviews BVN’s masterplan in early 2011. Since then Fitzpatrick + Partners has undertaken a new masterplan.
Review | Deicke Richards has created a generous shade structure that provides a transition space for pedestrians.
Review | Büro North’s tree-like wayfinding signage system at Falls Creek helps visitors navigate their way around in all seasons.
Review | This corporate industrial park by Gamble McKinnon Green shows industry being woven into a backdrop of vegetation and wetlands.
Review | A series of sculptures along Tasmania’s Battery Point waterfront explores the treasured and varied past of the area.