Author: Cara Sealey

  We are honoured to receive the 2020 AILA ACT Play Spaces, Landscape Architecture Award, for Eddison Park Nature Play, well done to all involved! PLACE Lab were engaged to provide natural play focused design solutions for Eddison Park, a significant community parkland in Southern Canberra. The...

During the initial onslaught of the Covid-19 lockdown I feared for the future of public space. Restriction after restriction seemed to diminish the purpose and role of parks in what was described as the “new normal”. Against the odds, and amongst new routines of working and...

As per Landizer, PLACE Laboratory is globally one of the most promising practices that exemplify innovative and experimental aspects of the landscape architectural profession. PLACE Laboratory is recognised as one of 10 emerging landscape architecture studios that are already making an impact on the natural...

The 2020 World Landscape Architecture Awards received over 230 entries from across the world including USA, China, Australia, Singapore, Belgium, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Netherlands and many more. The WLA Awards recognises the innovative work of professional landscape architects on the world stage.  We are honoured to...

Not only is the temperature in Canberra warming up, the vibe in Woolley Street is picking up and getting excited. The Woolley Street project is one of our place-led projects delivered through a bottom-up planning process, rather than the traditional process which usually starts with the...

Since 2012, PLACE Lab has been working with the Department of Communities on Bentley 360, formerly known as Brownlie Towers, a public housing estate based on a 1960s planning ideology of free standing towers surrounded by vast parkland. It has been a personal journey working on...

    We were thrilled to accept the Infrastructure Award at the 2019 AILA WA Landscape Architecture Awards for Curtin Bicycle Hub and Creative Quarter! More about the project: "Curtin Creative Quarter is undergoing an exciting new upgrade within the Bentley campus through a series of design interventions and...