Brisbane City Council has published five speculative plans for the transformation of a golf course north of Brisbane’s CBD into a public park.
LAVA and Aspect Studios have designed a new park featuring sunken plazas, rainwater-harvesting “plants” and a curvaceous walkway plan inspired by the site’s history in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City.
Richards and Spence and RPS Group have designed a new ‘town square’ for Brisbane’s Fish Lane that will comprise an urban park, hospitality, retail and gallery spaces.
Using over a thousand heritage camphor trees recovered from a site near Jiangxi, the park and gardens, designed by UK landscape designer Dan Pearson, will form a connected green space amidst a rising wave of urban development.
Work will soon begin on the construction of a new public park on a vacant block of land in the Green Square urban renewal precinct, designed by Oculus.
Work has begun on the conversion of a carpark in the Melbourne suburb of Prahran into a new 9,000-square-metre public park designed by Lyons and Aspect Studios.
A draft masterplan would see an 18-hole golf course within Melbourne’s Albert Park more than halved in size to make way for more space usable by the general public.
The Victorian government has unveiled Hassell’s design for an expanded park neighbouring a Metro Tunnel station.
Major work has begun on the construction of a park designed by Hayball and Tract Consultants, built in anticipation of the urban renewal of the formerly industrial Fishermans Bend area of Melbourne.
Designs for a linear park and a 17-kilometre walking and cycling path occupying the space underneath a new elevated rail line in Melbourne’s south east have been released.
The design of a residential complex enveloped by Sydney Park will be decided through an invited competition between four architectural teams.
The 202020 Vision is an initiative to create “20 percent more green space in Australia’s urban areas by the year 2020.” But the ambitions of the vision, and its claims to success, deserve some serious scrutiny.
Announced as part of its 2017/18 budget, the new linear park on Southbank Boulevard will deliver open green space to Melbourne’s most park-deprived suburb
Part of the six-tower Melbourne Square development, the 3,700-square-metre park will occupy 20 percent of the site.
A portion of a the heritage-listed Main Outfall Sewer in Melbourne’s west has been transformed into a park by GHD Woodhead and GHD.
A proposed “interpretative facility” would combine the functions of a museum, park and events space amid a 60 hectare public reserve.
The City of Stonnington council has revealed designs for a new park in place of what is currently a carpark in Melbourne’s Prahran, designed by Lyons Architecture and Aspect Studios.
A pilot project to convert a section of a disused sewerage drain into parkland has begun construction in Melbourne’s west.
An independent group seeks to identify proposals for the 225,000 square metres of open space that elevated rail will deliver.
Tracing the history of Sydney’s parks, from European settlement to today.