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ASPECT Studios Welcomes New Shareholders

ASPECT Studios are proud to announce the addition of five new and increased equity shareholders: Ivan Ross (CEO), Stephen Buckle, (Shanghai Studio Director), Tim Conybeare (Adelaide Studio Director), Ian Rooney (Wayfinding Director), Warwick Savvas (Living Architecture Sector Leader). “The new additions reflect ASPECT Studios’ ongoing…

Good Design Awards Has ASPECT Studios Seeing Green + Gold

The winners of Australia’s peak design industry awards, the highest honour for design innovation, was announced yesterday (11th July 2019) at the 61st annual Good Design Awards Ceremony. Australia’s Good Design Awards is the oldest and most prestigious international awards for design and innovation in…

ASPECT Studios Receives Internationally Acclaimed Awards Across Nine Projects

ASPECT Studios are delighted to announce the design practice’s global recognition from industry peers and colleagues during the international award season. The esteemed landscape architecture and urbanism studio located across Australia and Asia, received a total of five award wins from the 2019 International Architecture…

2019 AILA NSW Awards

ASPECT Studios continues to achieve design excellence and recognition amongst industry peers as recipient of two awards at the 2019 AILA NSW Awards: Civic Landscape category – Award of Excellence – Barangaroo South (ASPECT | OCULUS) Cultural Heritage category – Landscape Architecture Award – Sub…

2019 AIA City of Adelaide Prize

ASPECT Studios has received commendation for the City of Adelaide for our design of Pelzer Park/Pityarilla (Park 19) Activity Hub in collaboration with the City of Adelaide and the Office for Design and Architecture South Australia. The City of Adelaide Prize, established by the City…

2019 AIA WA Awards: Multiple Awards Wins for Yagan Square

The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2019 WA Architecture Awards, which honour and celebrate excellence in architecture across the state. We’re incredibly proud that our project Yagan Square, by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, and designed in collaboration with Lyons Architects…

2019 AILA VICTORIA AWARDS

We are incredibly humbled to have received multiple awards at the 2019 AILA Victoria Awards in the categories of: Infrastructure – Award of Excellence – Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project Play Spaces – Landscape Architecture Awards – Bridge Road Regional Playspace Parks and…

Shanghai Landscape Forum: Sensation.

ASPECT Studios are once again delighted to be involved in the Shanghai Landscape Forum alongside peers including Sasaki, AECOM, SWA and others. The forum itself presenting as an opportunity for globally influential landscape architects to provide insights and drive social and environmental change among our…

VIVID SYDNEY COMES TO DARLING SQUARE

  Darling Square, Sydney’s newest public space has officially opened! Where the Sydney Entertainment Centre once stood, will now house a vibrant new residential, commercial and mixed-use precinct, home to about 4200 residents and 2000 workers. To read more about our project, head on over to…

MORE THAN A YEAR ON, HAS ‘SKY RAIL’ TURNED SUBURBS INTO GHETTOS?

More than a year after the first train ran along elevated rail lines in Melbourne’s south-eastern corridor, residents say “sky rail” has increased quality of life and added to the vibrancy of local communities, and realtors say fears of a property price plunge have been assuaged. Stretches…

NSW Transport Reshuffle a Chance to Rethink Mobility

  Author: Jason Packenham, Associate, ASPECT Studios.   *Article originally published on The Fifth Estate.   OPINION: The NSW government’s recent announcement that Roads and Maritime Services – until now the state’s standalone roads agency – will be integrated into Transport for NSW could not…

A LESSON ON UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF ELEVATED RAIL: CAULFIELD TO DANDENONG LEVEL CROSSING REMOVAL

Adam Kiekebosch, Infrastructure Director, ASPECT Studios. Melbourne’s Level Crossing Removal Program has been progressively removing level crossings from across Melbourne since 2015. The benefits of grade separated rail in alleviating traffic congestion, improving safety, and increasing the capacity of the train network are obvious and…