The Taylor Cullity Lethlean Landscape Architecture prize is intended to recognise students who achieve the highest quality design in the final year of the Master of Landscape Architecture program.
Awarded to to the final year student full time in Masters of Landscape Architecture program. This evaluation will be based on the assessment of the final year project by the adjudicators. The assessment of submissions in the subject “Landscape Architecture Project” will nominate a candidate for the award of consideration by Taylor Cullity Lethlean.
New prize rule from 2013: To replace the course Landscape Architecture Project (M) with Final Landscape Architecture Project (M) (LARCH 7033).
2010 Winner: Matthew Baida