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School of Design & Built Environment featured in Landscape Australia Magazine

"The landscape around the building is more understated, but works hard to serve a variety of functions: a conduit through the campus, a naturalizing backdrop for the architecture, a comfortable refuge for staff and students, a versatile events space, and – perhaps most powerfully – an expression of First Nations culture."


An insightful review by Liam Mouritz in the latest Landscape Australia of REALMstudios’ Curtin University School of Design and Built Environment Exchange Precinct which grounded a collaborative process through the design. This article first appeared in the May 2024 edition of Landscape Architecture Australia Magazine.


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