Lisa Howard appointed as a T.C.L. Director

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Taylor Cullity Lethlean has appointed Lisa Howard as its fifth director, with Lisa joining Kate Cullity, Perry Lethlean, Scott Adams and Damian Schultz in leading the renowned landscape architecture practice.

Since graduating from RMIT's landscape architecture program, Lisa has worked at T.C.L for fourteen years, delivering many large-scale projects for a range of clients and in collaboration with leading architects and designers. Over the last five years she has worked with many universities to reinvigorate campus life, producing designs such as the North Plaza precinct at Monash University alongside other projects such as the Australian Pavilion at the Shanghai 2010 Expo and the Riverbank Pedestrian Bridge in Adelaide.

Lisa's appointment makes her the youngest female practice director currently working in the Australian landscape architecture industry (excluding sole operators and partnerships), and was a finalist in the Women’s Agenda Emerging Leaders Awards for 2017. In partnership with Kate Cullity she will be delivering a workshop titled “The Art of Collaborating” at the 2018 Australian Landscape Conference to be held in Melbourne in March.

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