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Planting is layered and massed, using indigenous species.

Saltwater Coast

3 May 2016, Marcus Baumgart

Tract Consultants used landscape as the starting point for this new residential subdivision.

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Pallet Pavilion offered a temporary venue for music and cultural events.

The Pallet Pavilion

3 May 2016, Barnaby Bennett, Jessica Halliday

A temporary venue for public events in Christchurch by the charitable trust, Gap Filler.

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As part of arts festival True North, thirty trees were wrapped in coloured cotton rope.

Everything Except Walk

3 May 2016, Elizabeth Cummins

Pollen Studio’s coloured rope work ushers in the 2014 True North Reservoir Arts Festival in Melbourne.

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New but nostalgic: colours, material and form speak of pools past.

Prince Alfred Park Pool

3 May 2016, Philip Goad

Neeson Murcutt Architects and Sue Barnsley Design embed memory and art into a Sydney urban space.

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Visitors can leave poppies at the wall in remembrance.

Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Wall

3 May 2016, Tom Gray

Sinatra Murphy’s tribute in country Victoria becomes a powerful medium for the sharing of stories.

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Nick’s Camp, near Simpsons Gap, named in honour of the late Nick Murcutt.

Larapinta Trail Campsites

3 May 2016, Katelin Butler

Neeson Murcutt’s semi-permanent shelters along the Red Centre trail to Uluru.

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Spaces are controlled and formal along Kendall Lane.

New Acton Precinct

3 May 2016, Sueanne Ware

Canberra’s New Acton Precinct incorporates art, retail, hospitality facilities and apartment complexes.

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Patterns in the landscape are more visible in these early years.

The National Arboretum Canberra

3 May 2016, Philip Thalis

A grand dream realized by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.

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