Ms Tanya Court
Tanya Court is the Coordinator of the Landscape Architecture Program at the University of Adelaide. Tanya joined the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in 2006 from the University of Melbourne. Tanya has over 12 years of professional practice experience, specialising in civic and institutional landscapes, with many of her design projects winning Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) awards. Tanya’s design work is highly regarded with over 15 significant projects designed, documented and constructed in and around Melbourne. Tanya originally trained as an artist, before attending RMIT to study landscape architecture. Tanya has continued to maintain an arts practice with a sculpture commission, helmet, with Cassandra Chilton recently completed at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Bulleen, Victoria. In 2009 this project won an AILA Vic Award for Design, Special Commendation for Art in the Landscape. The Route Followed was shortlisted for the Lightsview development in Northfield. The Rundle Project: Integrated Public Art Masterplan for Rundle Street, Adelaide with Wax Design and SPUD was awarded the 2009 PIA SA Minister’s Award for Planning Excellence as well as a 2009 AILA SA Award for Planning. Her project, Balaclava Walk, with MGS Architects was awarded the Australia Award for Urban Design in 2006.
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