Re-thinking our approach to collaborative-led design and building with Aboriginal communities, and finding alternative ways that indigenous landscapes can be thoughtfully experienced and managed.
We see the building of a vibrant research culture into the knowledge of indigenous place as a potentially transformative path forward in Australia.
Amoonguna Transport Facilities
Shaping new community aspirations and furthering design capability
Bellary Springs Community Centre
Partnering with communities to develop solutions
Indigenous Placemaking in Central Melbourne: Representations, Practices and Creative Research
Exploring the processes behind indigenous cultural placemaking
Landscape Assessment and Analysis of the Cooper Creek Catchment
Knowledge to inform sustainable management solutions
Seacombe West – Australia’s First Regenerative Community
The Seacombe West site is significantly degraded as a result of salt water entering the Gippsland Lakes system in the late 1800s.
Wave Hill Walk Off Trail
The Wave Hill Walk Off Route is a National Heritage Listed site that is associated with the events that took place in 1966 -1975 which saw the Indigenous Gurindji people, led by Vincent Lingiari, take a stand against oppressive working conditions and maltreatment.