Kate leaves both ASPECT and Sydney with a legacy of formidable projects that have given form to the city’s aspirations as a resilient and liveable city. Some of these career-defining projects include the public domain of Darling Harbour South, The Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garden at Centennial Park, the public domain for Sydney Light Rail, and the Kambri precinct at the Australian National University.
Over her two decades at ASPECT, Kate has mentored a generation of landscape architects. Those who have fallen under her stewardship have benefited from her passion and her purpose.
Kate has all our support, and we look forward to collaborating with her again in the future. Her departure is a sad occasion for us, but at the same time we are excited to follow what we are sure will continue to be a distinguished and meaningful career.
Ahead of her departure, Sydney Studio director Kate Luckraft said:
Sacha Coles, director of ASPECT Studios and founder of the Sydney studio, said: