design for the future
Every day humans impact the environment. Overpopulation, pollution, burning fossil fuels, and deforestation. Our aim is to design for the future – to protect and enhance our world.
Society is consumed by buildings, indoors, technology and isolation. Curated landscape spaces promote environmental interaction which provides physical and mental health benefits.
At the forefront of investigating the means by which people will adapt to climate change. Green Infrastructure, Cooling Cities, Climate Change – our profession impacts on all these areas.
Registered Landscape Architects
Our team of dedicated qualified leaders have a combined 37+ years of experience and knowledge in delivering landscapes of many types, sizes and complexities.
Forward thinking design must address a common concern that people have about the future – their children
positive effects on human behaviour
Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
Members of AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architects) have tertiary qualifications in Landscape Architecture or Urban Design from a recognised university and have qualified to be a member of the Institute.
Citicene team members are involved in the AILA Queensland Advocacy Group and the AILA Queensland Executive. Our aim is to support AILA and promote and advocate to government to protect our natural resources and environment.
As Landscape Architects we have a unique opportunity to assist, inform and influence government agencies, stakeholders and other professions to focus on the design, planning and management of the natural and built environment.
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The North West Transport Network area extends from Bald Hills to Toowong and considers surrounding areas such as the Moreton Bay region. This business case study aims to help reduce traffic congestion through Brisbane’s north-west. A recent poll conducted by Brisbane City Council as part of this study concluded that the community desires public transport… Continue reading North West Transport Network
Distributed Renewable Energy Generation is renewable energy near the point of use instead of a centralized facility like a power plant. Windmills are littered across the Australian Landscape and have been a form of renewable energy generation since the early 1800’s. First designed by Daniel Halladay, who began inventing windmills in 1854, these structures are… Continue reading Distributed Renewable Energy Generation and Sense of Place
What is ‘Heat Island Effect’? An urban heat island (UHI) is an urban area or metropolitan area that is significantly warmer than its surrounding rural areas due to human activities. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_heat_island Adding more and more hard finishes such as glass and concrete to our cities and towns has a direct impact on the temperature… Continue reading Reducing the ‘Heat Island Effect’
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