Inveresk Urban Realm featured in AA Magazine
"In consultation with Indigenous-led working groups, REALMstudios focused on actively repairing natural systems and regenerating Country. By gaining a thorough understanding of how water naturally flows across the site, the team ensured that no irrigation is required; instead, water from old building downpipes is directed toward soak gardens (without mechanics), replicating the natural function of the Inveresk swamp."
A lovely review in this months Architecture Australia of REALMstudios' collaborative work with Wardle Studio and Aspect Studios at the University of Tasmania's newly relocated Inveresk Campus, regenerating an environmentally and socially significant landscape.
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Originally published in Architecture Australia Sept/Oct 2023