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A new garden-enveloped extension transforms Victoria’s Parliament House

August 2018

Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design and TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean) have delivered a much-needed extension to Victoria’s historic Parliament House that sensitively integrates contemporary architecture into a magnificent heritage garden setting.

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Scott Adams presents design proposal for 600-hectare 'Forest Park' in Shenzhen, China

August 2018

TCL's scheme was centred around the four pillars of mind, body, community and environment, and proposed five unique precincts that paired recreational programs to appropriate topographical and ecological conditions. 

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Oaklands Park and Wetland wins AILA Award of Excellence

August 2018

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2018 SA Landscape Architecture Awards and our Oaklands Park and Wetland project received the top honour in the Parks and Open Space category. 

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TCL takes part in Melbourne Open House 2018

July 2018

TCL took part in Melbourne Open House on Saturday 28 July, with directors Perry Lethlean and Lisa Howard leading two simultaneous tours at Monash Clayton and Monash Caulfield respectively.

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Reflections on IFLA 2018, Singapore

July 2018

TCL Director Damian Schultz recently attended the 2018 International Federation of Landscape Architects conference in Singapore, which focused on the themes of Biophilia, Smart Cities and Resilience. 

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Work in Progress

TCL+ARM to lead expansion of Werribee Open Range Zoo

June 2018

TCL + ARM are delighted to have been awarded the contract to deliver the detailed design and planning for this exciting project, and create a world-class zoo experience for Zoos Victoria.

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Ship ahoy! TCL to design plaza concept for National Maritime Museum

June 2018

TCL has been selected to develop a plaza concept design for the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) in Sydney, home port for one of the most extensive collections of operational heritage vessels in the world.

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Bowerbird Theatre takes up the Kevin Taylor Legacy's 2018 Creative in Residence

June 2018

TCL is pleased to announce that the 2018 Kevin Taylor Legacy residency has been awarded to Bowerbird Theatre.

Their proposal Lingua Botanica will explore plant neurobiology and our connection to gardening in an immersive performance piece.

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TCL shortlisted in Landezine's LILA Awards

June 2018

TCL was one of only five landscape architecture practices globally shortlisted in the 'Office' category of the 2018 Landezine International Landscape Award. 

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Media

Escape Artistry: North Adelaide Residence in Weekend Australian

June 2018

Title: Escape Artistry

Magazine: The Weekend Australian

Author: Helen Young

Year: 2018

Project: North Adelaide Residence

TCL's North Adelaide Residence Garden was featured in Helen Young's column in the Weekend Australian magazine on Saturday 23 June 2018. 

The garden accompanies a renovation by architect Dimitty Andersen to a period home in North Adelaide. 

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RACV Cape Schanck Resort Redevelopment nears completion

May 2018

TCL is working with Wood Marsh Architects to undertake design, documentation and construction supervision for landscape works at the new RACV Resort Redevelopment at Cape Schanck, Victoria. 

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Two TCL team members promoted

May 2018

Simon Brown has been promoted to Associate while Jim McGuiness has become a Senior Landscape Architect. 

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Work in Progress

Interpreting the stories of Churchill Island through nature-based play

May 2018

TCL has been working with Phillip Island Nature Parks to create a nature-based, all-inclusive playspace at Churchill Island Heritage Farm, located at the north of Phillip Island, Victoria. 

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TCL and PEA to develop master plan for Cruden Farm

May 2018

TCL and Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design have been selected to develop a master plan for one of Victoria’s finest private gardens: Cruden Farm, home to the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch.

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Stolen Generations Marker by Reko Rennie launched

May 2018

On Saturday 26 May The City of Yarra launched the Stolen Generations Marker designed by Kamilaroi/Gamilaroi artist Reko Rennie.

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Adelaide Wetlands wins IFLA award

May 2018

First Creek Wetland at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens has won an Outstanding Award at the 2018 IFLA AAPME Awards.

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A New East: TCL participates in international competition to redesign Kiev's waterfront

April 2018

TCL was invited to participate in an international competition to re-imagine a waterfront in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. 

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Ethics, philosophy and paying attention to Country

April 2018

Our Adelaide studio recently hosted an insightful session with Professor Stephen Muecke and Professor Garrett Cullity, which attracted around 40 friends, colleagues and collaborators. 

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Speculating on our future: Australia’s newest botanic garden opens

April 2018

The Bendigo Garden for the Future, a collaboration between TCL, Paul Thompson and Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design, was officially opened to the public at the weekend with a community event that attracted hundreds of visitors. 

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Korean landscape architecture journal showcases TCL in special issue

April 2018

TCL is only the third practice globally to be the focus of an entire issue of the journal, after Topotek1 and Agence Ter. 

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Two projects shortlisted for international awards

April 2018

Point Nepean National Park Masterplan and Adelaide Botanic Garden First Creek Wetland were both shortlisted into different categories into the International Federation of Landscape Architecture's (IFLA) AAPME Awards. 

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'Paying Attention' the topic of next Field Conversations evening

March 2018

The next Field Conversations, to be held at TCL's Adelaide studio on 26 April, is entitled Paying Attention. Speakers include Professor Garrett Cullity and Professor Stephen Muecke, both from the University of Adelaide.

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A full house at TCL's first Field Conversations event of the year

March 2018

Over fifty friends, colleagues and members of the general public packed TCL's Melbourne studio for a discussion on the future of botanic gardens.  

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Scarborough Foreshore Redevelopment opens to the public

March 2018

Officially unveiled to the public on Sunday 18 March, Perth’s Scarborough Beach redevelopment has become one of Australia’s most iconic urban beach experiences, transforming a previously disconnected and carpark-dominated beachfront into a lively leisure landscape that caters to all age groups. 

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Elizabeth Quay shortlisted in 2018 WLA Awards

March 2018

Elizabeth Quay Perth, designed by ARM Architecture and TCL, has been shortlisted in the 2018 World Landscape Architecture Awards. 

The annual World Landscape Architecture Awards seeks to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work and promote the profession across the world. 

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TCL hosts morning tea with Kongjian Yu

March 2018

While in Melbourne to speak at a Melbourne Design Week event, Kongjian Yu (Turenscape, China) visited our Melbourne studio to discuss the challenges and opportunities landscape architects face in the Asia-Pacific region. 

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TCL to host discussion on the future of botanic gardens as part of Melbourne Design Week

March 2018

Public gardens offer a chance to escape frenetic urban life while also teaching of the importance of plants and ecological systems. This event explores recent developments in botanic garden design through the screening of a new 25-minute documentary Jardins Extraordinaires, which tells the story behind the Australian Garden in Cranbourne designed by TCL and Paul Thompson, followed by two presentations on new and alternative visions for public garden design.

Drinks and canapés are provided.

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Media

TCL’s Lisa Howard on gender in landscape architecture

March 2018

Title: TCL’s Lisa Howard on gender in landscape architecture

Blog: Foreground

Author: Alan Weedon

Year: 2018

As part of International Women’s Day 2018, Lisa Howard spoke with Foreground about her experiences working as a woman within Australian landscape architecture and how the design professions might be able to build gender equity.

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Antonia Besa wins 2018 HASSELL Travelling Scholarship

February 2018

TCL Graduate Landscape Architect Antonia Besa has been awarded the 2018 HASSELL Traveling Scholarship from a pool of 23 graduates nationally. 

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Kate Cullity presents at The Aesthetics of Planting Design symposium

February 2018

Kate Cullity recently presented at “The Aesthetics of Planting Design,” an international symposium held at the University of California Berkeley.

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TCL Appointed Creative Directorate of International Landscape Architecture Festival

February 2018

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) as the Creative Director for the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture - The Expanding Field: Charting the Future of Practice, to be held on the Gold Coast, QLD from 11- 14 October 2018.

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TCL's early work in Asia featured in February issue of LAA

February 2018

Title: Early Engagement with Asia

Magazine: Landscape Architecture Australia

Volume: 157

Author: Dr Catherin Bull

Year: 2018

Project: Australian Consul General\'s Residence, Kobe, Japan

The TCL and Simon Taylor-designed garden for the Australian Consul General's residence in Kobe, Japan is featured in the current issue of Landscape Architecture Australia "Embracing the Asian Century". The article by Catherin Bull discusses a number of diplomatic projects by Australian landscape architects that formed the basis for our engagment with Asia.

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Port of Sale Cultural Hub opens

February 2018

Kicking off with a rousing Gunaikurnai smoking ceremony, the redevelopment of the former Port of Sale Civic Centre in Victoria’s Gippsland region was officially opened on Saturday 27 January to crowds of excited locals.

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Lisa Howard on the need for diversity of thought in our workplaces

February 2018

Title: Lisa Howard on the need for diversity of thought in our workplaces

Blog: Architecture & Design

Lisa Howard talks to Architecture and Design about some of the challenges the profession faces and her idea of the ultimate in design.

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Jen Lynch on the Point Nepean masterplan and 'shared cultural landscapes'

February 2018

Title: Point Nepean masterplan positions future of park as shared cultural landscape

Blog: Landscape Australia

Jen Lynch speaks to Landscape Australia about the concepts and process behind the Point Nepean masterplan.

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TCL welcomes new director Lisa Howard

January 2018

TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean) welcomes Lisa Howard as its fifth director, joining Kate Cullity, Perry Lethlean, Scott Adams and Damian Schultz on the leadership team of Australia’s most internationally renowned landscape architecture practice.

At just 36 years of age, Lisa is set to become the youngest female practice director currently working in the Australian landscape architecture industry (excluding sole operators and partnerships).

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