60 TORRENS ST BRADDON

SPACELAB was engaged by the client to reconsider an existent, but long expired development approval on the site. This reconsideration included...

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SOUTHPORT

SPACELAB’s brief was to design a multi-level landscape with a series of outdoor rooms and high quality sculptural elements.

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FORDE DOG PARK

SPACELAB was responsible for the concept design, documentation, and detailed design. Consideration for the safety of dogs and their owners and careful attention to ecology and conservation was paramount.

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WOLLONDILLY RIVER WALK

SPACELAB was engaged by the Goulburn Mulwaree Council to provide conceptual design for a series of spaces along an existing pedestrian network adjacent to the Wollondilly River in Goulburn.

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STS PETER AND PAUL’S OLD CATHEDRAL

The restoration and redevelopment of the precinct of Sts Peter and Paul’s Old Cathedral is of great cultural and economic significance...

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GOOGONG NH 3-5

SPACELAB’s design acknowledged the site’s natural constraints and offered a strong visual and physical connection to the unique environment in which Googong is located.

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COMMON GROUND

SPACELAB was originally engaged to review and reconsider the masterplan of the Section 72 Precinct and to engage in community consultation run across a number of sessions with the Dickson…

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‘SIERRA’ GUNGAHLIN

'SIERRA' GUNGAHLIN. SPACELAB was engaged by Glavcorp to provide landscape architecture services for their 3-tower development of 152...

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ST MARY’S PRIMARY SCHOOL

St Mary's Primary School approached the SPACELAB to provide landscape design services. The students, teachers and stakeholders were particularly interested in introducing natural play elements and materials which would coordinate…

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STELLA BELLA

SPACELAB worked in collaboration with the Stella Bella Little Stars Foundation and Construction Control to upgrade the existing landscape of their children’s centre in Fyshwick. The project included providing a…

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