VICTORIA SQUARE/ TARNTANYANGGA MASTERPLAN

Client: Adelaide City Council

Collaboration: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, David Lock, Paul Thompson and Peter Emmett

Location: Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia

Completion Date: 2010

Construction budget: $98,000,000

Size: 6 Hectares

Awards

2011 - AILA (SA) Award for Excellence in Urban Design 2011

2010 - Award for Planning Excellence for SA Local Government 2010

2010 - Commendation for Planning Excellence for Urban Design SA 2010

2011 - Commendation for Urban Design, 2011 PIA National Awards for Planning Excellence

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Project Title: Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga Masterplan

Victoria Square / Tarndanyangga is Adelaide’s premier open space situated in the centre of the city.

The masterplan for this highly symbolic site brings together the many disparate forces which have traditionally competed for the space. Through a thorough design exploration and extensive consultation the TCL team developed a plan which is widely accepted by the community, stakeholders and decision makers.

This bold, flexible and elegant scheme creates a new heart of the city, housing a multitude of events while also telling stories of the cultural significance of the place and providing a quiet refuge within the city.

“The Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga Urban Regeneration Project proposes a new urban form for Adelaide’s six hectare central square that re-inscribes the space as the symbolic, civic heart of the city in a truly meaningful way.”

Jury Citation 2011 AILA (SA) Award

VICTORIA SQUARE/ TARNTANYANGGA MASTERPLAN

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Project Title: Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga Masterplan

Victoria Square / Tarndanyangga is Adelaide’s premier open space situated in the centre of the city.

The masterplan for this highly symbolic site brings together the many disparate forces which have traditionally competed for the space. Through a thorough design exploration and extensive consultation the TCL team developed a plan which is widely accepted by the community, stakeholders and decision makers.

This bold, flexible and elegant scheme creates a new heart of the city, housing a multitude of events while also telling stories of the cultural significance of the place and providing a quiet refuge within the city.

“The Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga Urban Regeneration Project proposes a new urban form for Adelaide’s six hectare central square that re-inscribes the space as the symbolic, civic heart of the city in a truly meaningful way.”

Jury Citation 2011 AILA (SA) Award

Client: Adelaide City Council

Collaboration: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, David Lock, Paul Thompson and Peter Emmett

Location: Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia

Completion Date: 2010

Construction budget: $98,000,000

Size: 6 Hectares

Awards

2011 - AILA (SA) Award for Excellence in Urban Design 2011

2010 - Award for Planning Excellence for SA Local Government 2010

2010 - Commendation for Planning Excellence for Urban Design SA 2010

2011 - Commendation for Urban Design, 2011 PIA National Awards for Planning Excellence

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