Brett Boardman is a commercial photographer with a degree in architecture from the University of Sydney and is a key collaborator for Terroir. He graduated from Architecture at the University of Sydney and had a stunningly short career. Unable to escape architecture, he now spends all of his time photographing it.
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Two regional Australian projects have taken out the their respective categories at the 2018 World Architecture Festival Awards.
Eight Australian projects were named winners in the 2018 Architecture Masterprize.
A new garden in Sydney’s Centennial Parklands celebrates learning through nature play, immersing children in habitats with a roguish sense of adventure.
The plantings at Sydney’s Barangaroo Reserve have achieved a phenomenal rate of success, largely thanks to the expertise of two consultants: Simon Leake, respected soil scientist, and Stuart Pittendrigh, one of Sydney’s most experienced horticulturalists.
Over the past decade, Australian landscape architecture has grown in its range and expression. These ten projects allow a clear view of where the profession is headed.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects has recognized 40 projects in eleven categories at the 2016 National Landscape Architecture Awards.
Bowen Place Crossing by Spackman Mossop Michaels.