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Sally Craven - Curriculum Vitae
Education
Master of Landscape Architecture, 2009, University of Adelaide, Australia
Bachelor of Design Studies, 2007, University of Adelaide, Australia

Referees
1. Kate Cullity
Director, Taylor Cullity Lethlean
Adelaide, Australia
kate.c@tcl.net.au
+61882237533

Previous Work:
JPE Design, Adelaide, Australia (Current)
October - December 2015, Landscape Architect (Contract Position)
DECD Outdoor Learning Centres - Concept Design and Documentation
Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy

2. Ingrid Mathers
Director, JMD Design
Sydney, Australia
ingrid@jmddesign.com.au
+61293105644

WAX Design, Adelaide, Australia
May 2015 - September 2015, Landscape Architect (Contract Position)
Ramsay Place, Noarlunga Centre, City of Onkaparinga - Developed Design, Documentation
Balaklava Triangle Upgrade, Wakefield Regional Council - Developed Design, Documentation
Structure Plan, City of Salisbury - Report
LandWorks, Sardinia, Italy
May 2015
LandWorks is an international interdisciplinary design workshop. Working with leading landscape
architects, environmental designers and artists, designers explore and ultimately realise site-specific
ephemeral installations at an abandoned silver mine in Sardinia’s Mediterranean landscape.
JMD Design, Sydney, Australia
February 2014 - July 2014, Landscape Architect (Contract Position)
Public Domain Coordination Plan, South Sydney Hospital Site, Green Square
Marrickville Town Hall Forecourt Upgrade, City of Marrickville - Concept Design, Design Development
Hassell Travelling Scholarship, Scandinavia
June - December 2013, Landscape Architecture Travelling Scholarship
A national graduate prize which recognises landscape architecture students who show outstanding
potential for future contribution to the profession. The scholarship was used to travel to the Nordic
countries of Sweden, Norway and Denmark to seek design inspiration.
Snøhetta, Oslo, Norway
March - May 2013, Landscape Architect, Internship
Max Lab IV Lund, University of Lund - Documentation, Plant Selection
Plus House Larvik, Norway, Optimera and Brødene Dahl - Materials Palette, Concept Design
Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Adelaide, Australia
January 2010 – January 2012, Landscape Architect
Taylor Cullity Lethlean’s approach is an investigation into the poetic expression of the Australian
Landscape and contemporary culture. In each case the detailed exploration of context, site and
community have informed outcomes and enriched the patterning and detail of built landscapes.
Personal Prizes
Winner of the Hassell Travelling Scholarship, Robin Edmond Award, 2009
Winner of the Landscape Architecture Australia Prize, 2009
Winner of the Phillips Pilkington Landscape Prize, 2009
Nomination for Rodney Owen Beames Memorial Award, 2009

3. Frank Nodland
Director of Human Resources &
Senior Architect, Snøhetta
Oslo, Norway
frankn@snohetta.com
+4724156060
Australian Garden, Cranbourne, Australia - Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Contact Details
Sally Craven
craven.sally@gmail.com
+61421988077

Max Lab IV, Lund, Sweden, Snøhetta, 2013

Max Lab IV will be a synchrotron radiation facility part of the
University of Lund in Sweden. The Max Lab IV laboratory will
offer the most advanced particle accelerator in the world for
scientific research. The waved landscape is being transformed
into a grass meadow. The 19 hectare (47 acre) Max Park has been
under construction since 2011 and will open to the scientists and
to the public in 2016. Project role: 2013 landscape master plan
graphics, plant research and selection, some documentation
(forecour t paving, planting, stormwater detention
basin), preparation of presentations for client meetings.

Lund, Sweden

Max Lab IV under construction, expected completion 2016

ZEB Pilot House, Larvik, Norway, Snøhetta, 2013

Landscape materials palette

ZEB Pilot House, completed 2014

Larvik, Norway

To achieve ZEB-OM classification the project is required to
document and verify a minimum of 100% CO2 offsetting. The
building is intended for use as a demonstration platform to
facilitate learning on building methodology for plus houses
with integrated sustainable solutions. A feeling of cabin
life is evoked, and the 200 square meter (240 square yard)
grounds employ a variety of spaces that can be enjoyed
year-round, with the inclusion of fruit trees and vegetable
gardens to accommodate small scale food production.
Geothermal groundwater is enough to heat the swimming
pool. Project role: researching and sourcing inspiration
for landscape materials, sketching landscape design
concepts, creating presentations for design workshops.

Australian Garden Exhibition Screens - Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, Australia, TCL, 2011

Australian Garden Stage Two Exhibition Garden
Screens. The laser-cut treated steel screens seek
to explore some of the unique, paradoxical and
mysterious qualities of the Suburban Australian
Garden. Project role: contract documentation. The
intricate patterns for the screen were converted
from a Photoshop format into an Illustrator
vector format to allow the patterns to be read
by a laser-cutting machine for construction.

AUSTRALIAN GARDEN STAGE TWO

EXHIBITION GARDEN SCREENS

Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Cranbourne, Australia

with Paul Thompson
& David Lancashire Design
June 30, 2010

Public Domain Coordination Plan, Green Square, Australia, JMD Design, 2014

A former hospital building (the nurses’ quarters Esme Cahill building) will be made into a creative hub with artists’
studios, workshops, classrooms and gallery spaces.

Green Square urban renewal site
Green Square is one of the most significant urban renewal projects
in Australia transforming the industrial edge of Sydney’s inner south
into a vibrant global village, under the guidance of Danish urban
designer Jan Gehl. The total Green Square renewal area encompasses
a 278 hectare (690 acre) site. The Public Domain Coordination Plan is
a document which analyses the former South Sydney Hospital site
within the context of the Green Square town centre. The document sets
recommendations, strategies and practical guidelines for a coordinated
approach to the public domain. Project role: managing the Public
Domain Coordination Plan document written and graphic content, and
creating progress presentations for Jan Gehl and the City of Sydney.

Green Square, Australia

Matron Ruby Grant Park within Green Square

Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens Master Plan Report

27

Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens, Bowral, Australia, TCL, 2011
7.2 The Plan

Section AA

Entrance Drive
Carpark
Entrance Threshold
Entrance Walk
Visitor Centre
Olsen Parterre
Arbour Walk
Stair
Children’s Play
Meadow
Woodland Walk
Bridge
a) Charlotte’s Hill
b) Chris’ Hill
14. Cloud Lake
15. Viewing Deck
16. Concert Lawn
17. Louisa’s Fern Garden
18. Louisa Atkinson Walk
19. Chain of Ponds
20. Boundary Planting
21. Maintenance shed

A

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

21

1
5

7

4
6

2

19

B
18
3

8

A
11

9

20

C
D

B
10

17

11
13a

12
14
13b

C

Section BB
D

15
16

The Southern Highlands is a cold
climate region in NSW Australia with
a rich garden culture. Taylor Cullity
Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens Master Plan Report
Lethlean was appointed to create a
master plan for a new 15 hectare (37
acre) contemporary botanic garden.
Project role: managing the master
plan report, graphic representation,
precedent studies, gathering
inspiration images, preparing client
presentations, research on the region,
report preparation, photomontage,
sections, plant research and selection.

Ta y l o r C u l l i t y Le t h l e a n / D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 1

Section AA

Bowral, Australia

Section BB

Ta y l o r C u l l i t y Le t h l e a n / D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 1

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Victoria Square | Tarndanyangga

Regeneration Design Development Report

81

Regeneration Design Development Report

Victoria Square | Tarndanyangga

Victoria Square / Tarndanyangga, Adelaide, Australia, TCL, 2011
The Native Garden cont.
The 10.4.1
Victoria
Square / Tarndanyangga Urban
Maintenance cont.
Regeneration Project proposes a new urban
will require accurate monitoring and expedient repairs to system faults
formIrrigation
and for
breaks. Adelaide’s six hec tare (15 acre)
central
square
the
space
as
Herbicide
and insecticidethat
applicationre-inscribes
will be required on an as needs
basis.
Weed
infestation will be minimised with the use of gravel mulch, accurate irrigation
the symbolic,
civic
delivery and the planting
scheme. heart of the city. Project
needs to
be specifically for
native plants
with low phosphorous
role: Fertilising
Sketch
Design
and
Design
Development,
requirements.
including planting design (primarily the southern
native Mullabakka garden, productive garden,
and bioretention garden), report management,
research, data collection, rendering plans, sections,
precedent studies, testing design in ‘event mode’
collaboration
with horticulturists,
irrigation
Eucalyptus
Goodenia ovata
Dianella
Correa
‘Gold cover’
utopia
alba
expertssaxitalis
and Aboriginal
community
members.

Victoria Square | Tarndanyangga

Regeneration Design Development Report

10.4.1 The Southern Native Garden cont.
Maintenance

5 x Eucalyptus
leptophylla

Pruning some species will be required in the establishment stage to encourage
vigour and form in new plantings.
Pruning will also be required as the garden matures to deliver the design intent
and for the removal of dead plant material.
The garden’s trees will require periodic shaping especially in the formative stage.

Zieria ‘Pink
2 x Crystals’
Eucalyptus
Grevillea
ssp
thelemanniana
Mixed
group

Thryptomene
Grevillea
saxicola
thelemanniana
‘Mingenew’
‘Red Wings’
Zieria ‘Pink
Crystals’
Grevillea thelemanniana
‘Red Wings’ Thryptomene
saxicola
‘Mingenew’
Olearia
astroloba
Hibbertia
aspera

Hibbertia
aspera

Olearia
astroloba

Acacia pravissima
(prost)

Eucalyptus
latens

Eucalyptus
latens

Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’

Goodenia
ovata
‘Gold Cover’

Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’
Thomasia
quercifolia

Leptospermum
macrocarpum
‘Copper Sheen’

CorreaGrevillea
alba ‘Pink
(prost) Pixie’

Dianella
utopia

Correa
alba
Templetonia (prost)
retusa (prost)

Grevillea
Syzygium
‘Tiny Trev’

Eucalyptus
pluricaulis
Acacia
pravissima
(prost)

Eucalyptus
diversifolia ssp
diversifolia

Eucalyptus
leptophylla

Correa
decumbens

Correa
pulchella

Melaleuca
pulchella

Eucalyptus
leptophylla

Grevillea
thelemanniana

Banksia
blechnifolia

Acacia
glaucoptera

Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’

Melaleuca
Melaleuca
pulchella
gibbosa
(prost)
Hibbertia
aspera

6.5 Sections

Chrysocephalum
apiculatum

Derwentia
perfoliata

Leptospermum
macrocarpum

Goodenia
varia

Templetonia
retusa

The Garden responds to the requirement for a quiet respite within the Square. In addition, the space is intended to showcase new
opportunities for engagement with the environment and community in an urban
location. The sloping landform of the Garden is
Adelaide, Australia
important in achieving a quiet space which feels separate from the surrounding streets. The lowest portion of the Garden at the
south end is of sufficient depth to tap into the adjacent stormwater pipes in Angus Street, thereby providing a water source for the
bio-filtration system.

Myoporum
insulare

Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Banksia
integrifolia (prost)

Adelaide City Council

Ziera
littoralis (prost)

Hibbertia
aspera

Derwentia
perfoliata

Correa
decumbens

Hibbertia
aspera

Correa
pulchella
Grevillea thelemanniana
‘Red Rambler’

Grevillea
pinaster
(prost)

Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

Grevillea
‘Pink Pixie’

Goodenia
Grevillea preisii varia
ssp glabrilimba

Grevillea preisii
ssp glabrilimba
Banksia
blechnifolia

Hibbertia
aspera
Grevillea preisii
ssp glabrilimba
Leptospermum
macrocarpum
‘Copper Sheen’
Goodenia
varia

Banksia
blechnifolia

2 x Eucalyptus
saxatilis

Hibbertia
aspera

Mixed
group
Acacia
aculeatissima

Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

Templetonia
retusa (prost)
Grevillea
thelemanniana
‘Red Wings’ Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’
Correa
pulchella

Dianella
utopia

Grevillea preisii
ssp glabrilimba

Mixed
group

Correa
decumbens

Correa
decumbens

Grevillea
thelemanniana
‘Baby’

Correa
decumbens

Grevillea
pinaster
(prost)

Mixed
group

Mixed
group

Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

Grevillea
thelemanniana
‘Red Wings’
Dianella
utopia
Dianella
utopia

Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

Acacia
aculeatissima

Derwentia
perfoliata

Zieria
littoralis
(prost)

Grevillea
thelemanniana
‘Red Wings’

Zieria
littoralis
(prost)

Dianella
utopia
Zieria
littoralis
(prost)

Goodenia
varia

Goodenia
Philotheca
ovata
‘Flower Girl’
‘Gold Cover’
Leptospermum
Acacia
macrocarpum
pravissima
‘Copper Sheen’
Eucalyptus (prost)
pyriformis

Acacia
Zieria
aculeatissima
littoralis
(prost)

Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

‘Baby’

Grevillea
pinaster
(prost)

The mulch will be an inorganic small river pebble that is a more permanent
mulch option than an organic mulch. As a result it will not require
replenishment on an annual basis and will assist in the suppression of weed
species.

Eucalyptus
latens

Derwentia
perfoliata

Chrysocephalum
apiculatum
‘Golden
Buttons’

Acacia
glaucoptera

Lasiopetalum
macrophyllum
(prost)

Thryptomene
saxicola
‘Mingenew’
Banksia
integrifolia
(prost)

Acacia
glaucoptera

Eremophila
subteretifolia

Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’
Mixed
group

Leptospermum
macrocarpum
‘Copper Sheen’
Myoporum
insulare (prost)
Philotheca
‘Flower Girl’

Adelaide City Council

The 1.5m change of level at the south end also allows for the inclusion of north facing seat-terraces which will be a popular
gathering spot within the Square.

The Garden

Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Adelaide City Council

scale 1:500 @ a3
King William St
East

Perimeter
Footpath

Perimeter Garden

Arbour Promenade

The Garden

Arbour Promenade & Cafe terrace

Tram Corridor

The Garden, East-West (Looking South

Adelaide Park Lands Landscape Master Plan, Adelaide, Australia, TCL, 2011

ns

ing plans
mage uses
ity Council’s
with other
s report. The
ding an
h of these
30

A D E L A I D E P A R K L A N D S MASTER PLAN

LANDSCAPE FRAMEWORK

Landscape Framework

One Park - Many Landscapes
While being treated as ‘one park’, the Park Lands have developed into many landscapes. Colonial settlement resulted in the almost
complete clearance of the native vegetation. Gradually, areas closer to the City were re-planted with schemes heavily influenced by
classic European landscape design, while outlying areas were largely neglected.
In later years the landscape design was influenced by a new and experimental interest in Australian
and
30
A Dlandscapes
E L A I D E PA
R Kspecies.
L A N D SThis
MASTER PLAN
history has resulted in a patchy, vernacular landscape which can be broadly divided into four zones. It is the intention of this Master
Plan to set out a framework within which the landscape of these zones can be further developed.
LANDSCAPE FRAMEWORK
The Landscape Framework diagram outlines the broad landscape character types of the Adelaide Park Lands. Complementary to the
framework diagram is the eclectic variety of uses and spaces which have historically populated the Park Lands.
The framework diagram represents an understanding of the broad landscape character types and therefore tends towards a
simplification of the description of the landscape. This is useful in gaining an overall picture of the Park Lands landscape and
Landscape Framework
identifying the emphasis for future changes, management and maintenance.
The complex detail within the character types results in a blurring of boundaries and the intermixing of activities. The importance of
One Park
- Many Landscapes
the eclectic character resulting from these
is acknowledged. However, the framework diagram suggests
that
N omany
v e mand
b evaried
r 2 0activities
11
sensitive editing and careful additions to the Park Lands landscape will result in a more readable and appreciated park systemWhile
withbeing
a treated as ‘one park’, the Park Lands have developed into many landscapes. Colonial settlement resulted in the almost
complete clearance of the native vegetation. Gradually, areas closer to the City were re-planted with schemes heavily influenced by
stronger identity.

classic European landscape design, while outlying areas were largely neglected.
The Adelaide Park Lands are made up of 29 individual parks that
surround the city of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. They
The following Zone Descriptions chapter addresses a range of key influences on landscape character and the community’s experience
In later years the landscape design was influenced by a new and experimental interest in Australian landscapes and species. This
history has resulted in a patchy, vernacular landscape which can be broadly divided into four zones. It is the intention of this Master
of each zone. These include:
measure approximately 760 hectares (1880 acres) in a green belt
Plan to set out a framework within which the landscape of these zones can be further developed.
- each zones’ ability to accommodate a variety of activities appropriate for its landscape type
Zone
1: Open
Woodland
/ Sports
Zone
1: Open
Woodland
/ Sports
surrounding the city centre. The Adelaide Park Lands Landscape
The Landscape Framework diagram outlines the broad landscape character types of the Adelaide Park Lands. Complementary to the
- the conservation and interpretation of key natural and cultural heritage features
framework
diagram
is
the
eclectic
variety
of
uses
and
spaces
which
have
historically
populated
the Park Lands.
Master Plan provides direction for the future development of the
- the protection and expansion of remnant ecological systems and sustainability measures
Zone
2: Structured
Parkland /Parkland
Sports
Zone
2: Structured
/ Sports
- the sensitive design and management of structures and buildings
The framework diagram represents an understanding of the broad landscape character types and therefore tends towards a
Park Lands landscape. A landscape framework acts to inform all
simplifi
cation
of
the
description
of
the
landscape.
This
is
useful
in
gaining
an
overall
picture
of
the
Park
Lands
landscape
and
- the management of vehicle access and parking to minimise visual impact and spatial intrusion
Zone
3:and
Civic,
CulturalCultural
and Urban Parks
future development within the parklands. Each zone within the
identifying the emphasis for future changes, management
Zone
3:maintenance.
Civic,
and Urban Parks
- the design of wetlands and stormwater detention systems which achieve a balance between ecological, recreation and visual amenity
framework is described in terms of its existing character, proposed
Theto
complex
- recognition of the Park Lands’ role in meeting the varied recreation needs of the greater Adelaide population and contributing
the detail within the character types results in a blurring of boundaries and the intermixing of activities. The importance of
Zone
4:activities
Urban
Zone
4: Urban
Gardens
the eclectic character resulting from these many and
varied
isGardens
acknowledged.
However, the framework diagram suggests that
ecological values of the metropolitan area
character, vision, planting structure, key facilities and areas
sensitive editing and careful additions to the Park Lands landscape will result in a more readable and appreciated park system with a
stronger identity.
needing particular attention. Project role: report management,
The following Zone Descriptions chapter addresses a range of key influences on landscape character and the community’s experience
site analysis, creating guiding principles, research, precedent
of each zone. These include:
- each zones’ ability to accommodate a variety of activities appropriate for its landscape type
studies, data collation, photomontage and hand-drawing.
Adelaide, Australia

- the conservation and interpretation of key natural and cultural heritage features
- the protection and expansion of remnant ecological systems and sustainability measures
- the sensitive design and management of structures and buildings
- the management of vehicle access and parking to minimise visual impact and spatial intrusion
November 2011
- the design of wetlands and stormwater detention systems which achieve a balance between ecological, recreation and visual amenity
- recognition of the Park Lands’ role in meeting the varied recreation needs of the greater Adelaide population and contributing to the
ecological values of the metropolitan area

Adelaide City Council | Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Adelaide City Council | Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Landscape
Framework
Zone 1: Open Woodland
/ Sports
Zone 2: Structured Parkland / Sports
Zone 3: Civic, Cultural and Urban Parks
Zone 4: Urban Gardens

November 2011

Unity Park Biofilters and Gateway Entry, Salisbury, Australia, TCL, 2010

Salisbury, Australia

South Australia is the driest state, in the
driest continent in the world. The City of
Salisbury in South Australia is pioneering
in its water management, and leads the
nation and more widely with its stormwater
treatment and aquifer storage and recovery
(ASR). The gateway entry to the City of
Salisbury acts as a living example of best
practice stormwater biofiltration treatment,
storage and recovery for reuse as irrigation.
Project role: contract documentation
(demolition plan, hardscape plan, planting
plan, sections, elevations and details) for
the Unity Park Biofilters and Gateway Entry.

Artwork behind

24.2

Entrance feature wall behind
Wall seat behind

21.7

22.2

21.2

Water cascade

Existing path
Biofiltration pond

LONG SECTION A-A’ DAY VIEW Scale 1:200

22.7

Deck walk

23.2


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