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Inveresk Urban Realm wins at 2023 AILA National Awards

"At the forefront of urban design innovation, this project exemplifies resilience and regeneration. Informed by local Aboriginal wisdom, it elegantly intertwines historical roots with contemporary aspirations, resulting in a harmonious urban fabric that fosters ecological healing. By layering historical structures, cultural influences and land utility, it creates a rich tapestry of urban life while nurturing the university’s educational program. A conscientious approach toward material use underscores its commitment to minimizing environmental impact. The jury commends the project team on their approach to collaboratio

n and cultural heritage, which demonstrates the profound synergy between Aboriginal design ethoses and regenerative design. A testament to the potential of thoughtful urban reimagining, Inveresk Urban Realm envisions a community that thrives by embracing historical narratives and aspiring to a nourishing future." - Jury citation

We’re very proud to receive a Landscape Architecture Award in the Civic Landscape category for Inveresk Urban Realm at University of Tasmania at the 2023 AILA National Awards, held in Adelaide last weekend.

REALMstudios would also like to give a big congratulations to our collaborators whose involvement helped achieve this special space.

Client: University of Tasmania Architects: Wardle Studio Integrated Water Planning: E2 Design Lab Planting: Paul Thompson Signange & Wayfinding: Studio Semaphore Structural & Civil Engineer: Gandy & Roberts Electrical: Umow Lai Planning: IreneInc Building Services: Engineering Solutions Tasmania DDA Consultant: Michael Small

Construction: The Baker Group


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