A special school in a garden – a new place to inspire, nurture and stimulate the senses has recently opened for children with a wide range of disabilities in Melbourne’s north-west. Glenroy Specialist School offers education, specialised health care for children aged 5 to 18 years and support resources for parents and carers of children with disabilities. In 2009, the design of a new school and a fully accessible,
Starting school this year was exciting for students at the Genazzano FCJ College Early Learning Centre as the 2013 group was the first to experience this amazing new purpose-built facility that includes a completely new outdoor play environment, new play rooms and a refurbished library. Jeavons Landscape Architects collaborated with Genazzano staff and H2o Architects to design this rich and complex outdoor area that supports the early learning program.
Albury City Council to turn their ideas for a children’s space into reality within the historic Albury Botanical Gardens. Built over the years by Gardens staff with art works by artist James Cattell , the project came to fruition in late 2012 and visitors can enjoy the dinosaur entry, the troll cave, sculptures and other rich details in the magnificent setting of this beautiful garden.
We are pleased to announce that last week Jeavons Landscape Architects were awarded the National Sustainability Award for Landscape Design for the Clifton Hill Railway Project . Read more on http://www.bpn.com.au/bpn-sustainability-awards/2012-winners/jeavons-landscape-architects-win-landscape-award
At the BPN awards night in Sydney the judges said: “Beginning in what has been a highly degraded site in need of rejuvenation, the project does a lot to restore the biodiversity and repair the riparian environment.