Category: Landscape Architecture

Industry Application: Integrating biodiversity into projects

Posted by Kathryn Kutchel in Civil Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Our people. Comments Off on Industry Application: Integrating biodiversity into projects

26th October

With the consideration of biodiversity well-being at the forefront of numerous up and coming urban developments, it is important to both reflect on previous instances where biodiversity has been improved by development, and to educate future generations on its importance and impact.

Landscape Architecture Manager and Senior Urban Designer at Taylors, Amy Davidson, recently had the opportunity to address 120 students studying first year Planning or second year Environments and Society at RMIT University’s Melbourne campus on the topic of integrating biodiversity into projects. “The majority of the students I spoke to will go into government roles at some stage throughout their careers…I wanted the students to understand that all individuals can make a difference and that biodiversity is more resilient than we think.” Ms Davidson remarked. The lecture provided Taylors with the opportunity to present the company to a new …

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Seeing green in smart design

Posted by Taylors in In the Media, Landscape Architecture, Our people, Urban Design, Urban Development. Comments Off on Seeing green in smart design

1st August

One of Taylors’ clients, SOHO Living, was recently featured in an article published in Domain magazine discussing the smart new Copernicus Way development at Keilor Downs. See the interview with Landscape Architect, Amy Davidson.

See more about SOHO Living’s Aspect Residences in Keilor Downs here.