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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…

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…

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…

Time for Sydney to take cycling seriously

Cycling in New York Author: Jason Packenham, Associate, ASPECT Studios. *Article originally published on The Fifth Estate.   As the world’s list of cities undergoing a cycling revolution continues to grow, you wonder when Sydney will finally reach a tipping point and take cycling as…

Finch Farm brings agricultural learning to students of Brisbane’s John Paul College

  Finch Farm is a place where students and community spirit thrives. Built and maintained by the extended family of Brisbane’s John Paul College, it is an engaging extension to the school’s classroom learning environment. ASPECT Studio’s Brisbane Studio Director, Deb Robbins, helped the farm…