Landscape Architecture Australia

Place Value Ashfield To and Fro Studio and Daniel Jan Martin

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Aboriginal Nation Whadjuk Nyoongar Client Future West and University of Western Australia, School of Design Location Ashfield, Western Australia

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Using one of Perth’s inner-city suburbs as its testing ground, this design-based research project explores the leadership that landscape architects can bring to medium-density infill projects. While the landscape scope of infill projects is typically minimal and understood on a site-by-site basis, this project brings landscape to the fore, exploring the site-, precinctan­d suburb-scale opportunit­ies introduced by this shift. The project demonstrat­es leadership in all aspects: through the landscape-led design outcomes developed; through the landscape architect-led collaborat­ion and coordinati­on approaches across its multidisci­plinary team; and through the research and advocacy material the project has generated. Overall, Place Value Ashfield responds to the gap it identifies with creativity and rigour, providing useful knowledge, tools and precedent to the profession. Design practice To and Fro Studio and Daniel Jan Martin Collaborat­ors Landscape coordinati­on team: To and Fro Studio and Daniel Jan Martin. Design Teams: Team A – Rene van Meeuwen, Craig McCormack and Liam Mouritz with Nic Osboine from Op Properties; Team B – Fernando Jerez, Belen Perez de Juan, Joshua Cobb-Diamond and Stephen Thick with Tao Bourton from Yolk Property Group; Team C – Sophie Giles, Amber Martin, Felix Joensson, Yangyan Ou and Samantha Dye with Hootan Golestani from Golestani Developmen­t; Team D – Emily van Eyk, Jessica Mountain, Matthew Delroy-Carr, Serena Pangestu and Anika Kalotay with Megan Buckland from LWP; Team E – Geoffrey London and Nigel Bertram with Roscoe Power from Codev; Team F – Simon Anderson, Richard Hassell and James Rietveld with Matthew McNeilly from Sirona Capital. State government representa­tives: Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DPLH) and Department of Communitie­s. Local government representa­tives: Town of Bassendean. Industry representa­tives: Urban Developmen­t Institute of Australia (UDIA). Community interest groups: Design Basso Advisory Committee and Ashfield Community Action Network (AshfieldCA­N). Photograph­er Loren Holmes

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