We are very excited to announce that our teams bid to design the 191 hectare site has been successful. Looking forward to this incredible challenge in 2019.
A consultant team led by TYRRELLSTUDIO has been engaged to design a new public square, park and shared street in North Bondi.
The 3rd City 2017 International Festival of Landscape Architecture is complete. Read the festival wrap here:
Mark Tyrrell will chair the 2017 AILA NSW awards jury. This years jury includes an exceptional range of jurors all keen to profile, promote and celebrate the latest and greatest work of NSW practitioners. This years jury includes Bruce Mackenzie, Darlene van der Breggen, Scott Hawken, Emma Brooks, Maria Rigoli and Saneia Norton. Entries open soon.
TYRRELLSTUDIO has started work on the Mays Hill Masterplan in Parramatta. The large, complex and exciting project involves the design of this large former golf course including the integration of a new Parramatta City Aquatic Centre. The project will involve extensive consultation with community and stakeholders to ensure the best possible public outcomes are delivered by the process. TYRRELLSTUDIO are leading the project for the Parramatta Park Trust.
TYRRELLSTUDIO director Mark Tyrrell has joined forces with a team from the University of NSW to be co-creative directors of the 2017 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National Conference. The announcement was made on the final day of the 2016 conference in Canberra directed by Professor Richard Weller of The University of Pennsylvania.
The TYRRELLSTUDIO led team have been awarded the tender by the City of Parramatta to design a new interface between the city and the river to bring swimming back to the Parramatta River. The exciting project will explore options for floating pools and other facilities that allow people of Parramatta to once again engage directly with the River at the heart of the city. The TYRRELLSTUDIO team includes water experts Alluvium/Equatica, Craig Burton, Parkland Planners and Mitchell Brandtman.
TYRRELLSTUDIO has been appointed by the NSW department of planning to undertake the Sydney Green and Blue Grid projects. This is an incredible project taking forward the inspiring work of the NSW Government Architects Office. We are currently undertaking investigation with every council in Sydney to map how a green infrastructure network can be identified across Sydney. The plans and projects we identify will underpin and shape the future plans for Sydney.
The team has started work on the Coffs Harbour Education Campus [CHEC] masterplan. The exciting project will create a physical framework for growth and development of the education campus. The CHEC includes the Southern Cross University, North Coast Tafe and Coffs Harbour Secondary College.
Studio director Mark Tyrrell has accepted the invitation to sit on the 2016 AILA NSW awards jury. Mark joins an experienced jury consisting of:
James Rosenwax - AECOM Managing Director, Design, Planning and Architecture, ANZ - Jury Chair
Darlene van der Breggen - Executive Manager, Development Planning - Sydney Olympic Park Authority
Emma Brooks- City Of Sydney Council
Gareth Collins - Director Urban Design at RMS and AILA NSW President
A design team of Sam Crawford Architects and tyrrellstudio have been appointed by Blacktown City Council to design the new Blacktown Animal Holding Facility. The new facility will be a state of the art animal refuge to replace the existing facility. The new site is prominently located in the Western Sydney Regional Parklands. The design team toured the existing facility and site and is very excited about the challenges and potentials of this very unique project.
Design work commences in January 2016.
tyrrellstudio has been appointed as lead consultant for the upgrade of the 5000m2 central public domain at The University of Canberra.
tyrrellstudio will lead an experienced team of consultants through the design of what will become the social and academic heart of the University.
The project will represent the culmination of 6 years of tyrrellstudio involvement in the design of the University of Canberra campus since winning the ideas competition in 2010.