Landscape Architecture Australia
Contributors Stephen Glackin
Andrew Toland is a senior lecturer in landscape architecture at UTS. He was previously an assistant professor in landscape architecture at the University of Hong Kong.
Kate Cullity is a founding director of TCL. She is a landscape architect and environmental artist with particular skills in public and private garden design.
Jela Ivankovic-Waters is a PhD student at the University of Melbourne, researching transitional strategies for landscape architecture practices working in the digital realm.
Cassandra Chilton is studio principal at Rush Wright Associates and a member of the artist collective Hotham Street Ladies.
Michael Wright is a director at Rush Wright Associates. He has worked on a wide range of urban landscape projects, including major public domain commissions around Australia.
Tanya is the director of Tanya Court Projects, a multidisciplinary practice drawing on her landscape architecture and artistic skills.
Magnus Moglia is associate professor at Swinburne University of Technology. He studies ways to make cities more sustainable and resilient.
Christian (Andi) Nygaard is associate professor at Swinburne University of Technology. He studies the dynamics of urban transitions in delivering just, healthy and productive cities.
Stephen Glackin leads the Greening the Greyfields project. His research explores urban regeneration, built form, community engagement and social dynamics of cities.
Xiaoqi Feng is associate professor in urban health and environment at UNSW. Her research has been used to plan and implement urban greening strategies.
Thomas Astell-Burt is professor of population health and environmental data science, and founding co-director of the Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab).
Sareh Moosavi is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She researches climate change mitigation and adaptation in the built environment.
Anna Hurlimann is associate professor in urban planning and assistant dean of graduate research in the architecture faculty at the University of Melbourne.
Judy Bush is a lecturer in urban planning at the University of Melbourne, focusing on urban environmental policy, urbanization and climate change.
Esther Charlesworth is a professor in the School of Architecture and Urban Design at RMIT University and founding director of Architects Without Frontiers.
Tara Graham-Cochrane is the founder of Designwell Landscape Architects and has a special interest in the design of healing and therapeutic landscapes.
Sebastian Pfautsch is associate professor for urban studies at Western Sydney University.