TCL is one of the world’s most highly acclaimed landscape architecture and urban design firms. Over the past 25 years, we have delivered a wide range of projects across a variety of public and private settings, from urban waterfronts to desert walking trails. We work both nationally and internationally, undertaking a detailed exploration of context, site and community, with a focus on the poetic expression of landscape and contemporary culture.
Many of our projects have been for significant cultural institutions such as museums, botanic gardens, universities and national parks, while others have been part of major urban redevelopments; for example the Australian Garden Cranbourne; Auckland Waterfront North Wharf promenade and Silo Park New Zealand; the National Arboretum Canberra; Riverbank Pedestrian Bridge Adelaide; North Terrace Redevelopment Adelaide; Uluru Aboriginal Cultural Centre Northern Territory; the Forest Gallery Melbourne Museum; Lonsdale Street Dandenong; the Northern Expressway; Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Canberra and Geelong Waterfront Redevelopment.
TCL’s award-winning success is borne out of an open studio based approach where one or more of the directors lead the design of each project supported by a talented group of landscape architects, urban designers, and architects.