ASPECT Studios recipient of multiple awards

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ASPECT Studios recipient of multiple awards

Our innovative, creative, transformative and city-shaping projects have won the hearts of not only the public but also the many award jury panels from both local and international programmes. Multiple accolades have been presented to:


Barangaroo South – the urban quarter of Barangaroo, its commercial and residential heart. Urban design and landscaping here have unlocked unprecedented public access between the CBD and western harbour foreshore, creating a vibrant waterfront live-work-learn-leisure district. Sydney’s ambition of a global, connected, cultural capital brought to life. Recipient of Greater Sydney Planning Awards – Great new place to live and/or work; IFLA AAPME Awards – Economic Viability Award of Excellence; CTBUH Awards – Urban Habitat Award 2018: Finalist; CTBUH Awards – Best Tall Building Asia & Australasia 2018: Finalist, Property Council Innovation & Excellence Awards (multiple categories).



Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden – a botanical adventure which encourages children to open their minds to imaginative play and get lost in the magic of wild nature. Recipient of AILA NSW Award – Award of Excellence for Play Spaces; City_Brand&Tourism Landscape Award Category – CITY PLAY; IFLA AAPME Awards – Social and Community Health Award of Excellence.



Scarborough Beach Park – a sea side experience that is generating vitality, civic pride and social interaction; creating an inviting and active space, packed with play opportunities. Recipient of AILA QLD Award – Parks and Open Space.



Bowden Town Square – a former industrial site in Adelaide’s inner north, Bowden Town Square creates a deliberate point of difference to the surrounding rigid urban fabric – an intensive pocket of green that breaks into the ground as a place of discovery, relaxation, respite and outdoor activity. Recipient of IFLA AAPME Awards – Culture and Traditions Honourable Mention.

Bunurong Memorial Park – exemplifies an urban future that expands the possibilities and purpose of place, reimagining the landscape within the urbanising environment of south-east Melbourne. The typical typology of a cemetery is challenged and blurred to embrace everyday life and community connection. Bunurong is a place of welcome, a place to come together, or to be apart. Recipient of Melbourne Design Awards – Gold: Urban Design.