2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Landscape Architecture Award for Infrastructure

Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project by Aspect Studios and Cox Architecture

Jury citation:

This project is an exemplar for championing a reimagined relationship between large rail infrastructure and public amenity. The project has delivered 22.5 hectares of open space, parklands and community areas, as well as seventeen kilometres of pedestrian and cycle paths, showing how major infrastructure projects can perform multiple functions beyond their primary transport role. The jury commended the project team’s integrated thinking as an essential response tothe pressures of intensification and population growth on our cities.

Location: Carnegie, Murrumbeena, Hughesdale, Noble Park and Clayton (Vic)

Aboriginal Nation: Kulin

Related topics

More award

See all
Domic by James Birrell Design Lab Winners announced: 2020 QLD Landscape Architecture Awards

The Queensland chapter of AILA has awarded 17 projects from a total of 68 submissions.

Kambri, Australian National University (ANU) by Aspect Studios in association with Lahznimmo Architects Winners announced: 2020 ACT Landscape Architecture Awards

Three projects received Awards of Excellence and seven projects were the recipients of Landscape Architecture Awards across the state program.

Sunvale Community Park by Brimbank City Council Winners announced: 2020 VIC Landscape Architecture Awards

Twenty-six projects were awarded across 12 categories from a total of 50 entries.

Mahon Pool Amenities and Maroubra Seals Swimming Clubhouse by Sue Barnsley Design. Winners announced: 2020 NSW Landscape Architecture Awards

Awarded projects include a garden that celebrates the heritage of Sydney’s Chinatown; a conservation framework for a major urban park; and an Indigenous dance ground …

Most read

Latest on site