2019 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Landscape Architecture Award for International

Cultivated by Fire by TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean) with K1 Landschaftsarchitekten

Jury citation:

This exhibition for the Internationale Gartenausstellung 2017 (International Garden Exhibition) in Berlin celebrates the Australian landscape as one that has always been shaped by cultural processes. TCL articulated Indigenous fire-management processes as a large-scale cultivation of the environment that results in plant and ecosystem evolution. A series of textural spaces reflect the stages, spaces and vegetation of these processes. The project is a leading demonstration of the capacity of landscape to reflect culture, temporalities and intertwined relationships.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Aboriginal Nation: N/A

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