More than just looking good: beauty, aesthetics and care – braided pathways: a practice sustained by difference by Kate Cullity

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Abstract

Kate is Director of the Adelaide studio of TCL and a landscape architect and environmental artist with particular skills in the integration of planting and public art with landscape and urban design. She has a Bachelor of Science majoring in Botany, and a Diploma of Education from the University of W.A.

We aim to investigate the design practice of Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL). Over a twenty year period the landscape architecture studio has undertaken a breadth of work that is seemingly connected via some key concerns, compositional undercurrents and ways of production. We seek to critically examine these attributes as a means to enrich our design practice, critically engage within a discourse of design and offer new trajectories for design exploration.

Year: 2013
Examiners: Lisa Diedrich, Annacaterina Piras, Jenny Lowe  Supervisors: Professor Sue Anne Ware, Prof Vivian Mitsogianni

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