It is impossible to separate landscape from architecture. Landscape is more than just a setting; it is a way of connecting people and place.
Our approach draws on our cultural and climatic traditions to blur the boundaries between architecture and nature.
Beth Wilson (1934 - 2019), established and led the Landscape Architecture discipline of Wilson Architects for over 45 years. Beth pioneered the introduction of landscape as a part of interior architecture in Australia. In 2015, Beth became the first landscape architect to be awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA).
All our landscape architecture projects benefit from our team’s understanding of the use of interior plant material to create healthy buildings and appealing environments.
Translational Research Institute
“The inclusion of a highly visible outdoor room within TRI is integral to the overall premise of the building. TRI is an atypical medical research institute, at its heart it provides attractive, well appointed, large collaborative spaces, the prominent landscape feature is not the least of these and is at TRI’s core.”
Kate Johnston, TRI Chief Operating Officer.
UQ Resource Centre, Ipswich Campus
'Now nine years after completion, the interior landscape of the Resource Centre is testimony to research and astute decisions regarding plant performance in
Extract from Landscape Architecture Australia, May 2012 (Issue 134)
All Hallows' School, Places in the Landscape
"The vision, and the practical realisation of the vision in a collaborative and creative process, has been amazing to be part of.
The School has, of course, been the major beneficiary and the projects have, I believe, enhanced the rich fabric of the site and the legacy of some great buildings across the School’s history."
Dr Lee-Anne Perry, former All Hallows'