This semester students studying in the Master of Landscape Architecture will be working at the Waite Campus. Based at the Coach House in the Waite histroic precinct on Mondays and Thursdays, this could be the first of ongoing engagement of the program with the campus.

One aspect of this course is for students to work 1:1 in the landscape. This is different from the typical, more remote, process where drawing and designs are developed indoors and then translated to the real world by landscape contractors.  By working in this alternate way students will acquire, literally, hands-on experience and a greater understanding of the qualities and processes at work in the landscape.

You may see some quite sculptural interventions in the campus landscape or even new plantings. We aim to be good citizens at Waite.  Sometimes we will get it wrong, so please do not hesitate to contact me with any issues or concerns. Already this week you may have seen our “String Thing” installation (pictured). If you are more interested in our work on campus I am also keen to meet more members of the Waite community. Please do not hesitate to make contact at or call me on 0410 007 998.
Landscape Science sits within the School of Architecture & Built Environment in the Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences (ECMS).

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