"As a Landscape Architecture student, I'm deeply interested in planting design, soil health, and the horticultural aspects of the field. My goal is to understand how to approach soft landscape design holistically to best create, support, and regenerate natural or green environments that can withstand the effects of climate change."
Ruby Cornell

Graduate Landscape Architect

BLArch, RMIT, Melbourne


Ruby joined TCL in 2022 and was initially drawn to Landscape Architecture because it combines design, public space, and the natural environment. Through her studies at RMIT in Melbourne, she has found the field to present a diversity of challenges and opportunities that combine her interests in natural processes with how people move, utilise and experience their environments.

She has been a key component of our North East Link project team and has found her work energised by the supportive and inclusive workplace culture. In her free time, Ruby loves spending time in her garden, watching the plants grow, and exploring the beautiful landscapes of Victoria when she is able to get out of the city. She is a curious and passionate learner, who constantly surrounds herself with the natural world, and is committed to creating sustainable and regenerative designs that benefit both people and the environment.

T.C.L acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people — the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We respect their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.