Hassell Master Plan reveals long-term vision for University of Melbourne campus
Interconnected green corridors, more pedestrian-friendly thoroughfares, improved accessibility and the renewal of education and research spaces form part of the University of Melbourne’s bold new vision for the revitalisation of its campuses.
Hassell’s vision for a greener, more connected Uni of Melbourne campus
Hassell’s newly created masterplan for the transformation of the University of Melbourne’s campuses, Estate Master Plan, offers a glimpse and a blueprint into what is to come for the institution’s students and staff and their collective lives on campus.Green corridors, pedestrian-friendly thoroughfares, improved accessibility and enhanced educational spaces characterise much of the Plan, which serves as a tangible commitment to the University’s desire to meet long-term education and research needs. Read the article in Architecture&Design.
From source to sea, over 40 years
In 1979, Hassell and Land Systems started designing ‘Australia’s first fully-realised linear park’ along the River Torrens in Adelaide, South Australia. More than 40 years later, Adelaide’s residents tell us how it became - and has remained - one of the city’s best places.