PWP Landscape Architecture Renews Sydney’s Waterfront With Barangaroo

Posted by Chloe Jefferson on 10/17/18 11:42 AM

The team at PWP Landscape Architecture, a 35-year-old landscape architecture firm led by Peter Walker, began their recent work in Sydney in 2009 when they were selected to lead the public domain strategy for Barangaroo, a globally significant, 22-hectare waterfront renewal project along Sydney Harbor. In 2015, Barangaroo Reserve was the first phase in the three-district master plan to open, with Barangaroo South and Central to follow. The Reserve project re-creates “Millers Point” headland in its original location by transforming a concrete container port into a six-hectare naturalistic park with over 75,000 plantings native to the Sydney region.

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Topics: Peter Walker, PWP Landscape Architecture, Sydney, Clinton Climate Initiative Development Program, C40 Climate Positive Development, Barangaroo South, Barangaroo Central, Barangaroo, Sydney Harbor, Barangaroo Reserve, David Walker

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