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Auckland Waterfront featured in TOPSCAPE

The project designed by T.C.L with Wraight + Associates (WA) for the Auckland Waterfront won the 8th Rosa Barba Landscape Prize at the International Biennale of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona. North Wharf Promenade and Silo Park proves how a redevelopment … Continue reading

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And the TCL 2011 winner is…? James Thomson!

The Taylor Cullity Lethlean Landscape Architecture prize is intended to recognise students who achieve the highest quality design in the final year of the Master of Landscape Architecture program.  It is awarded to the final year student full time in … Continue reading

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TCL Jellicoe Street NZ – Stage 1

Photos by Scott Adams Above photographs of Jellicoe Street New Zealand works are close to completion for the first stage of the water front.

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Sunburnt – Landscape Architecture in Australia

A new publication Sunburnt authors – SueAnne Ware and Julian Raxworthy, features four TCL projects.  North Terrace, Craigieburn Bypass, Uluru- Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and The Australian Garden, Cranbourne. Each has an essay positioning the project within contemporary landscape architecture. The … Continue reading

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1001 Dandenong Nights

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Last night, the a few of us headed down to Lonsdale Street, Dandenong to take a look at the street while our builder and project team photographers took photos for the AIA State Awards and the Master Builders Association Awards. … Continue reading

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Park(ing) Day – Adelaide 2010

The concept is simple – transform a city car parking space into a temporary park to reclaim it for public good. Park(ing) Day 2010 was Adelaide and Tickles’ first year participating in the annual worldwide event. Twelve local Adelaide design … Continue reading

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Peculiar Places

Tickle’s most recent event was to host an exhibition of work by practitioners across the globe. It was initiated out of a desire to shun design trends towards global conformity in public places. The invitation asked participants to expose, represent … Continue reading

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