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TCL:University landscapes are being reinvented. Once defined by the mediative calm of the cloister, they are now seeking new ways to engage in the life of the city. In an age of online and off campus learning, university landscapes are now playing a critical role in both attracting and retaining staff and students and fostering meaningful engagement, conversation and participation.


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The design for Monash University’s Caulfield Campus encourages staff, students and visitors to revel in the dynamism of University culture. Its promenades, lawns, terraces and active field encouraging many ways to study, socialise, recreate or be nourished. The design builds upon the distinctively intimate feel of the campus to encourage a ‘fertile ground’ for the exchange of ideas, socialisation, imagination, reflection and reverie; a setting for the cultivation of the mind and body.


© John Gollings


Agatha Gothe Snape和TCL合作了一个综合艺术作品,该作品平面是未来发展计划的蓝图,创造了一个横跨校园中心的多种功能的大线条,一个篮球场和乒乓球场,以及一个活动区,用于发现个性类型、提升团队合作技能和练习专注等其他临时性的锻炼。

An integrated artwork by Agatha Gothe Snape and TCL entitled, The Scheme was a Blueprint for Future Development Programs creates a large line drawing across the centre of the campus with multiple functions, a sports court for basketball and table tennis, as well as an activity zone for other temporal kinds of exercise, such as discovering personality types, refining teamwork skills, and practicing mindfulness.



© John Gollings
© John Gollings
© Andrew Lloyd
© Andrew Lloyd



The new event lawn and associated terrace is now the centrepiece to the campus. The slightly sunken lawn is a platform for organised events, throughout the year as well as green respite from the busy road network beyond the campus doors. The elegant deck terrace with a northerly aspect offers opportunities for passive outdoor activity, cafe tables, chairs and spill out activity from adjacent buildings. Jacaranda trees within the decking provide dappled shade and a distinct identity for the campus.


© John Gollings
© Andrew Lloyd



What was once a confusing road and carpark is now a generous promenade and waterfeature providing a real sense of arrival to the campus. A major environmental initiative of the Caulfield Campus Green is the central water spine which acts as a stormwater treatment and harvesting system. This water sensitive urban design element tells the story of Monash University’s pioneering research on water sensitive cities and references the original wetlands that occupied the area.


© Andrew Lloyd
© John Gollings
© John Gollings
© Andrew Lloyd





客户: 莫纳什大学
合作伙伴: Agatha Gothe-Snape
地点: 澳大利亚维多利亚州考菲尔德东路900号
竣工日期: 2015年10月
摄影师: Andrey Lloyd和John Gollings
景观设计: TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean), Perry Lethlean, Elly Russell
水敏城市设计: Design Flow
艺术家: Agatha Gothe-Snape

Client: Monash University
Collaboration: Agatha Gothe-Snape
Location: 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East, Victoria
Completion Date: October 2015
Photographers: Andrey Lloyd and John Gollings
Project Team
Landscape Architects: TCL (Taylor Cullity Lethlean), Perry Lethlean, Elly Russell
Water Sensitive Urban Design: Design Flow
Artists: Agatha Gothe-Snape


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