won a Landscape Architecture Award in the Urban Design category. The panel commended the design's focus on the public domain, and iterative design process. Sustainability and biodiversity were prioritised to create a unique and high-quality space.
The Canterbury Bankstown Project also picked up a Landscape Architecture Award in the Small Projects category. This project challenged traditional streetscape design in the aftermath of Covid-19 lockdowns and was celebrated for its playful approach.
Quay Quarter Lanes was an Excellence Award winner in the Civic Landscapes category. The jury praised the project as a 'seamless response which retains its integrity and will be loved by the city for decades to come'.
Lastly, South Eveleigh was an Excellence Award winner in the Urban Design category. Our design was commended as a "shining example of sustainable urban design … that creates a thriving community" which caters to a diverse mix of locals and workers.
We have been lucky to work with some amazing people throughout these projects. Thank you to our wonderful clients and collaborators over the many years it took to bring these projects to fruition.