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This low maintenance project is designed to disappear into the landscape, promoting a sustainable lifestyle as well as sustainable communities and environments.
The overriding principle for Sue Barnsley Design was to premiate landscape over built form, based on a conviction that in these inner urban areas, green space is sacred.
The Noosa Flexible Learning Centre offers a welcoming and distinctly non-institutional learning environment for disenfranchised youth in Noosa.
This development with the SBRC project has been carefully crafted to express the landscape and sustainability philosophies of the University of Wollongong and its Innovation Campus.
The offices are located across three floors of the 6 Star Green Star office tower 1 Bligh Street, with the fit out reflecting the unique nature and character of Sydney.
700 Bourke Street is a building designed around the aspiration and future work styles of the organisation, rather than the organisation adapting to the constraints of the building.
Briefed by the City of Melbourne to implement a precinct scale stormwater harvesting system and to develop an enhanced public landscape for Birrarung Marr, the design team has delivered in abundance.
Opened to the public in April 2012, the Dickson Lyneham Ponds in North Canberra by Glascott Landscape & Civil and Enviro Links Design has since become a passive recreation focal point for the community.
The design is conceived as spaces that support the changing needs of employees, whether it be small and casual discussions between staff or larger meetings.
The UTS Haberfield Rowing Club, situated on the edge of the shore at Iron Cove Bay, is a perfect manifestation of Sydney-siders’ love affair with the interaction between land and water.
Australia Post have relocated to a purpose built fitout on Level 2 & 3 of Tower 8 and recently received the targeted 5 Green Star rating for the project.