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‘Friction in Public Space’

‘Friction in public space’ is the 7th tickle research booklet that examines the enrichment of public space experience through overlapping functions and activities.  The new booklet is an exciting addition to TCL’s  growing research collection. The research emerged from a … Continue reading

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An Exhibition of Tredinnick’s poems & TCL’s artistic response

Poetic conversation filled the studio. “What I describe in my poems happening in a garden happened to me with the firm this legacy year, “recomposed, resuscitated, imagined again”- The launch of the TCL  Kevin Taylor Legacy in Adelaide was an … Continue reading

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How do we approach the design of public space in a way that might catalyze friction?

It may have been a while between posts, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy! The TICKLE booklet series is expanding with booklet .07, Friction in Public Space, soon to be completed. You may recall  our posts on the … Continue reading

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‘Connection to Country’ Symposium

TCL are proud to support the second AILA Victoria Premier event of 2016 , ‘Connection to Country’ Symposium on 18th March 2016 at ZINC, Federation Square. AILA Victoria, the  IADV and the City of Melbourne to bring the Victorian built … Continue reading

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Visiting Hours Screening

The TCL Studio transformed last month to host the screening of Visiting Hours, a short film by Kasimir Burgess, the first recipient of the Kevin Taylor Legacy – Creative in Residence. Kas had the opportunity during his residency to film … Continue reading

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The Buzz…

The annual community project ‘Get Sunflowered’ returns in 2016 to Victoria’s Latrobe Valley. TCL had the pleasure of designing a plot entitled ‘The Buzz’. A maze inspired design which celebrates bees as the… “greatest life workers of any community” – … Continue reading

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“Giant acorns in the sky!”

Last week, our very own Alexa Ongoco took a day off work to visit a primary school to meet Miss C’s prep and year one students. The purpose of her visit was to introduce the discipline of landscape architecture and … Continue reading

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