Future Parks

As part of the Future Parks competition for the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. We supplied vegetation cover time series analysis over the city of Melbourne.


This highlights the ability to provide frequent analysis of our 'living infrastructure' (nature) for city planning purposes.

By mapping a years worth of vegetation cover (70 observations) we then analysed where vegetation cover was low to inform the urban planning of new parks.


In a time of climate change - the biggest challenge of our age, our approach shows city planning can be led by frequently quantifying environmental indices.


August 2019

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We recognise the traditional owners of the land where we work, their elders past and present and their relationship with the landscape.

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