Occupying a former landfill site, the Sydney Park Water Re-use Project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership is an impressive fusion of design, science, art and ecology.
Bruce Mackenzie examines the design thinking, vegetation, soil science and collaboration that created Barangaroo Reserve.
Aspect Studios and CHROFI create an elevated, pedestrian-scale linear park in Sydney that maintains a constant level of public life.
This lush Sydney villa garden is enriched by a collection of bespoke artworks.
Sue Barnsley Design and Neeson Murcutt Architects’ upgrade of Sydney’s Prince Alfred Park + Pool.
A sustainable residential development with landscape architecture by Clouston Associates.
Neeson Murcutt Architects and Sue Barnsley Design embed memory and art into a Sydney urban space.
A conversation from the 2013 Urban Issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.
A once inaccessible Sydney site is repurposed by Hassell as an environmentally sensitive community space.
With a series of careful interventions, 360°Landscape Architects sculpts a journey alongside a Sydney house.
JMD Design creates an invigorating playground at Sydney Olympic Park with moulded terrain and supersized equipment.
Sydney’s award-winning Darling Quarter playground by Aspect Studios.
Terragram’s redesign of this inner-Sydney park demonstrates that there is more than one way to occupy public space.
Fifteen years ago it was one of Sydney’s most contaminated and degraded sites but today it is used and loved by the community.
This park by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture uses materials that celebrate the character of the site.
With a past life as a private zoo, this house and garden are full of eccentricity and delight.
Remnants of the site’s industrial history colour McGregor Coxall and Choi Ropiha’s Sydney harbourside park.
Tempe MacGowan reviews BVN’s masterplan in early 2011. Since then Fitzpatrick + Partners has undertaken a new masterplan.
Occupying the former Caltex site on the Birchgrove peninsula this new park is raw, challenging and wildly beautiful.
Twelve kilometres south of the Sydney CBD, Port Botany has experienced a transformation by AECOM that aims to unify the site.
A world-class sporting and educational complex is the latest addition to Redfern’s slowly growing community facilities.