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    New landscape architect joins Arcadia studio as Associate

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    Craig Tennant has joined Arcadia Landscape Architecture as the new Associate. Bringing 11 years of local and international experience to his new position in the growing studio, Craig will work closely with principals Alex Longley and Mike Barnett to manage larger scale projects. He will also mentor and guide Arcadia’s team of landscape architects through detailed design and documentation processes.

    Barnett explains that Tennant’s experience on large scale projects will be invaluable as their talented team takes on projects of increasing calibre and scale.

    Passionate about improving quality of life and human experience through landscape architecture, Tennant has spent three years with HOK London and has also worked with Australian landscape architects Place Design Group, Scott Carver and Hassell.

    Most recently, Tennant was the Station Lead Landscape Architect for the North West Rail Link for Cudgegong Road, Bella Vista, Rouse Hill and Cherrybrook Stations. Tennant has worked on a number of large scale projects in master planning, urban design and residential development.

    Master planning and urban design projects include Paddington Square – Paddington London; Clapham Junction Station – Clapham London; Dublin Airport – Ireland; Medeu Village Ski Resort – Kazakhstan; Amathusa Coastal Heights – Cyprus; Private Coastal Resort – Crete, Greece; Jumeirah Health and Wellness Resort – Dubai; and Baku Flame Towers – Baku, Azerbaijan.

    Residential projects include Spinnaker Apartments – Wentworth Point, Sydney; The Residence Apartments – Hyde Park, Sydney; and Altitude Apartments – Belconnen, Canberra.

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