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Industry Professor James Hayter of Oxigen is director of Oxigen, winner of several AILA SA awards

Congratulations to our Industry Professor James Hayter of Oxigen for several significant wins in the AILA SA 2018 Awards announced last week. They included an Infrastructure Award for the O-Bahn City Access Project and an Adventure and Nature Play garden at Loreto College. The jury said of the play garden: ‘Oxigen’s approach to children’s play […]

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Industry Professor Kate Cullity is director of TCL, winner of the Parks and Open Space Award of Excellence for Oaklands Park and Wetland in the City of Marion

‘The Oaklands Park and Wetland project has redeveloped the former Oaklands Park Driver Development Centre site into an important community asset. A tenacious partnership between the City of Marion, the Mount Lofty Ranges NRM Board, State and Federal governments saw the vision realised after years of unsuccessful attempts. Community buy-in and ownership of the park […]

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Industry Lecturers Warwick Keates and Amanda Balmer of WAX Design win the Cultural Heritage Award of Excellence for Willunga Mainstreet Project

Congratulations to our long-standing School supporters and industry lecturers Warwick Keates and Amanda Balmer of WAX Design. WAX received four awards for public spaces and a private garden, as well as the Future Leaders Award that went to their valued staff member, the wonderful Katarina Baumann. A key project that has garnered rave reviews is […]

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