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Sueanne Ware

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Australia’s most awarded landscape architecture and urban design firm, Taylor Cullity Lethlean illustrates eighteen of their leading projects, featuring critical essays from international contributors. Since 1989,TCL has undertaken an investigation into the poetic expression of the Australian landscape and contemporary culture. This has permeated their design work in a multiplicity of public settings from urban waterfronts to desert walking trails. In each case, the detailed exploration of context, site and community have informed outcomes and enriched the patterning and detail of built landscapes. Entering into the Taylor Cullity Lethlean workspace, one is drawn into an exchange between the collaborative space of the design studio and the wider Australian landscapes of cities, suburbs, the outback and the infrastructures that define them. AUTHOR: Dr.Gini Lee is Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Melbourne. She is a registered landscape architect and an interior designer, focusing on the arid environments of Australia. Her multi-disciplinary research into the water landscapes of remote territories contributes to the scientific and cultural and indigenous understanding and management strategies for fragile landscapes. Dr.SueAnne Ware is Deputy Head of School and Professor of Landscape Architecture, RMIT University, Melbourne where she coordinates research across five disciplines in Architecture and Design. She is a Fellow in the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Her exhibited work, awarded built projects, curatorships, and publications, have contributed to a growing discourse in landscape architecture, design activism and design research. 220 colour illustrations

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