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Greville Street and Grattan Gardens

Our work at the Greville Street Precinct is an ongoing collaboration with the City of Stonnington, commencing in 2015 with a design development masterplan. Our design establishes a unique, fresh vision for the much-loved Greville Street that revels in its edginess. Image by John Gollings.

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre

The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre was recently awarded the 2018 National Landscape Award in the Gardens category. Rush\Wright Associates are very proud to have assisted Plenary Health, Grocon-PCL and the State on the delivery of this major research and health care facilility for Victoria. Image by John Gollings.

Immigration Museum

The Immigration Museum Activation Project was a small but significant opportunity to reconsider the underutilized rear courtyard of the Museum. Operating on a “pop-up” budget, our aspiration was to bring the vibrant stories that are told inside the Melbourne Immigration Museum outside. Image by Chris Erskine.

Dandenong Civic Centre

The Dandenong Municipal Building and Civic Square completed in 2014 has become the new public heart for the rapidly changing and revitalised central Dandenong. The ensemble of community spaces, library, council services and retail creates a public agora, a market place of community exchange and the primary address of the city. Image by Chris Erskine

Earth Sciences Garden Monash University

The new Earth Sciences Garden at Monash University’s Clayton Campus is complete and open to the public. This garden was created to showcase key features of the geology and geomorphology of Victoria and to establish an outdoor teaching laboratory for the study of Earth Sciences at Monash. Image by John Golling.

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has recently announced Cassandra Chilton (Rush\Wright Associates) as one of three people appointed as the Creative Directorate for THE SQUARE AND THE PARK: 2019 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE.

Hosted in Melbourne, the 2019 Festival interrogates the two dominant and often contentious landscape typologies of the Square and the Park. “Engaging with international, national and local perspectives, this festival will explore contemporary concerns of landscape architecture such as design, politics, ecology and management,” Jillian Walliss said, on behalf of the Creative Directorate team. “The […]

We were honoured to receive The AILA 2018 National Landscape Award, for not 1 – but 3 Awards in the categories of Gardens, Small Projects and Civic Design.

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre 2018 AILA National Landscape Architecture Awards – Garden Landscapes The award jury cited the project as: “The jury commented that this project is impressive in its botanic diversity which varies throughout the range of garden spaces. Private secluded rainforest niches and courtyards provide respite and reflection, while large, active rooftop terraces […]