Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL), Aurecon and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer were engaged in 2012 to design the new Riverbank Precinct Pedestrian Bridge, following a design competition run by the South Australian Government Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).corner
"Using metaphorical landscape elements to provide sinuous pattern and form has elevated the often pedestrian qualities of airport forecourts and infrastructure into a memorable visitor experience, resonant of this dry place."corner
The long vistas down North Terrace and King William Street are an important part of the character and integrity of Adelaide’s two ceremonial streets. The shelters are therefore as slender as possible, reinforcing the linearity of the street and presenting the minimum number of vertical obstacles to the view.corner
"As part of Brisbane’s new road link connecting Brisbane to the airport, TCL provided specialist urban design for all major gateway experiences."
"The Federal Government as part of its commitment to delivering a new freeway connection to northern Melbourne, undertook a competition for the design of a gateway element and noise attenuation features."corner
"This footbridge designed in collaboration with BKK architects and Robert Owen, weaves a path through the established Riparian bush land across Gardiners Creek at Deakin’s Burwood Campus."corner
"TCL led a collaborative team of architects, engineers, designers and artists for the urban design and public art interventions along the entire 23 km length of expressway demonstrating a high level of detail not typical for an infrastructure project and setting a new benchmark for such an infrastructure."corner