"Perry’s commitment to quality design outcomes permeates his work at all scales resulting in urban
environments that are both beautiful and vital."
Source: Transitting Cities
BLArch MDes Urban Design PhD RMIT Adjunct Professor RMIT University FAILA ASLA
Perry is internationally recognised as a leading contemporary landscape architect and urban designer. His work is widely published, particularly his successful entries for major national and international design competitions including the National Arboretum in Canberra and the University of Sydney. His skills in urban design, at both the large master planning and detailed design scale, make him a valuable asset to TCL and clients. He is a sought after design lecturer and critic at Universities and as a juror for professional practice awards and advisory design bodies.
Perry has led the successful implementation of complex landscape and urban projects such as The Forest Gallery at the Melbourne Museum, The National Arboretum Canberra, winner of the 2014 World Architecture Festival, ‘Landscape of the Year’, Auckland Waterfront - North Wharf Promenade and Silo Park NZ, winner of the 2014 Rosa Barba Landscape Prize, and The Australian Garden, Cranbourne which won the 2013 WAF, ‘Landscape of the Year’ Award.