Installation ironically called "My Garden" is using only found materials and building site debris. It had to be constructed in one day only.
Entropy and Garden for Conformists by Vladimir Sitta/Terragram, featuring at the Czechscape Landscape Art Festival, Zizkov Goods Railway Station, Prague, 2014.
In 2013, the City of Sydney's Waterloo Youth, Family & Community Centre, was awarded the Sir John Sulman Award for public architecture. This is one of the most prestigious and oldest architectural honours in Australia, presented by the Australian Insititute of Architects. Terragram, as the landscape architect, are pleased to have collaborated on this project with Collins & Turner Architects, in designing the 'green skin' to the building, as well as roof garden, courtyard and external landscape. We are very happy that the project has been well received by the Waterloo community, especially the people using the facility.
Terragram in collaboration with Chris Elliott Architects are happy and honoured to have been recognised at the 2013 BPN Sustainability Awards, for our projects Walla Mulla and Bourke St Parks. Our projects won Winner in the Landscape Design category and a Highly Commended in the Public Building & Urban Design category, with the judges commending not only the environmental, but also social sustainability of the parks.
Please visit http://www.bpn.com.au/bpn-sustainability-awards/2013-bpn-sustainability-awards-winners for a look at all winning designs.
Our projects, Bourke Street and Walla Mulla Parks, in collaboration with Chris Elliott Architects, have recently been recognised at the Sydney Design Awards 2013:
* Winner - Landscape Design (Commercial)
* Finalist - Urban Design
* Best Studio
For more info, please visit:
The public opening celebration of Waterloo Youth Facility will be held on Saturday 11th August 2012, 11am - 1pm. Please visit <http://www.sydneymedia.com.au/html/5212-new-centre-weaving-together-waterloo-community.asp>
Please see our Work/Public page, for further info on this project.
The Garden of Ghosts has been selected to receive an award in the Suburbia Transformed 2.0 International Competition, for built and visionary residential landscapes.
The garden will feature at a public exhibition at the James Rose Center for Landscape Architectural Research and Design, New Jersey, USA (opening May 19th 2012), as well as being part of a travelling exhibition (beginning August 31st 2012).
After decades of lobbying, the John Christie Wright Memorial Fountain (by Gerald Lewers) finally found a resting place in a corner of Macquarie Place Park, Sydney CBD. The fountain was restored, with new basin and hydraulics provided.
Walla Mulla Park is one of 26 projects selected to feature at the Bloom Exhibition, which will run from May 8 - June 9 2012, at the Gallery of Australian Design in Canberra.
The exhibition curated by Gweneth Leigh in partnership with AILA, looks at our built environment and its impact on the health of society. For more info please visit: <http://www.aila.org.au/bloom/>
Please visit <http://openbuildings.com/buildings/glass-loggia-house-profile-40167> to read about the Glass Loggia House (Allen Jack + Cottier) and Garden of Ghosts (Terragram).
Please visit <http://openbuildings.com/buildings/harris-street-studios-profile-40168#> for further information about Harris St Studios (Architect: Allen Jack + Cottier, Landscape Architect: Terragram)
Allen Jack + Cottier and Terragram have won first place in the House Awards 'Outdoor' category, for the Garden of Ghosts in Sydney.
The International Garden Festival at Jardins de Metis has opened, featuring Terragram's Garden 'Noli Tangere', one of 25 gardens by designers from around the world.
Terragram's Garden of Passages at the International Horticultural Expo in Xian, China. Expo runs from April 24 - October 22, 2011.