Lyndon is an Associate in the Adelaide Studio. He has worked on a diverse range of local and national projects of varying scales and typologies including bi-cultural and Country-centred design, master planning, urban design and infrastructure, streetscapes, open space, nature-based tourism, health, education, and play space design.
He undertakes all aspects of the landscape design process and values collaborative, co-design processes. Lyndon has developed strong professional associations across various allied sectors, particularly working with communities and Traditional Owners and his experience extends to stakeholder and community engagement workshops and events, including in regional and remote areas.
Lyndon has played a key role in numerous industry award-winning projects. As a student, he received the Australian Cultural Heritage Management Prize for Indigenous Design and Planning and the URPS Regional Planning Award. His final year project was shortlisted for the 2010 National Hassell Landscape Architecture Travelling Scholarship.
He maintains an association with the University of Adelaide’s School of Architecture and Built Environment as a regular tutor and guest crit and led a 2018 Final Year Studio which asked students to conceive a future scenario in which the wider Adelaide Airport precinct would be reimagined.
Lyndon is currently part of the 2023 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture creative directorate.